A Note on the Progressivity of Optimal Public Expenditures
I. Introduction, 138. — II. Outline of Arrow's model and results, 138. — III. Public goods, 139. — IV. Expenditures as produced commodities, 140. — V. Examples, 142. — VI. Conclusion, 144.
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