The Effects of Property Taxes and Other Local Policies on the Intrametropolitan Pattern of Business Location
In: Industry Location and Public Policy
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This chapter was published in: Henry W. Herzog & Alan M Schlottmann (ed.) Industry Location and Public Policy, University of Tennessee Press, pages 57-80, 1991.
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property taxes; local policies; business location;
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