Competition Among States and Local Governments: Efficiency and Equity in American Federalism

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The Urban Insitute, 1991 - Federal government - 285 pages
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Contents

The Existence and Stability of Interjurisdictional
37
How Relevant is Competition to Government
57
Cooperative Federalism Daniel Elazar
65
The Competitive Challenge to Cooperative
87
Federalisms Invisible Regulator
117
The Allocative and Distributive Implications
127
Figures
133
How Closely Does State and Local Government
147
Tables
165
Some Observations on Interjurisdictional
167
The U S Tax Reform Act of 1986 and State
177
IncomeTax Policy in the 1980s Steven D Gold
205
An Evaluation of Interjurisdictional Competition
221
Does Economic Theory Capture the Effects of
247
A Summary
261
About the Contributors
275

Appropriate Competitive Framework Therese
153

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About the author (1991)

Kincaid is the Robert and Helen S. Meyner Professor of Government and Public Service and director of the Meyner Center for the Study of State and Local Governement at Lafayette College, Easton.

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