Measuring disparities in non-school costs and revenue capacity among Massachusetts cities and towns
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- Katharine L. Bradbury & Karl E. Case & Chirstopher J. Mayer, 1998. "School quality and Massachusetts enrollment shifts in the context of tax limitations," New England Economic Review, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, issue Jul, pages 3-20.
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KeywordsLocal finance - Massachusetts ; Property tax - Massachusetts ; Cities and towns - Massachusetts;
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