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Intermediate Public Economics
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This comprehensive text inpublic economics covers the core topics market failure and taxation as well as recent developmentsin the political economy The book covers the theory and methodology of public economics; presents a historical and theoretical overview of the public sector; and discusses such topics as departures from efficiency including imperfect competition and asymmetric informationissues in political economy, equity, taxation, fiscal federalism, and tax competition among independent jurisdictions.
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