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Fiscal Externality and Compensated Demand in Normative Tax Theory

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  • De Bartolome, C.A.M.

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  • De Bartolome, C.A.M., 1992. "Fiscal Externality and Compensated Demand in Normative Tax Theory," Working Papers 92-19, C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics, New York University.
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