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The role of tax policy in the boom/bust cycle of the Texas construction sector

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  • D'Ann M. Petersen
  • Keith R. Phillips
  • Mine K. Yücel

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  • D'Ann M. Petersen & Keith R. Phillips & Mine K. Yücel, 1994. "The role of tax policy in the boom/bust cycle of the Texas construction sector," Working Papers 9413, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
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