Property tax effects on intrametropolitan firm location: further evidence
AbstractThis paper estimates the determinants of manufacturing firm location in an urban area, concentrating on the impact property taxes have on firm location. This note, which estimates location probabilities, provides further evidence under an alternative methodology on the role local taxes play in determining intrametropolitan location.
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