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Konfiskatorischer Finanzausgleich verlangt eine Reform

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  • Huber, Bernd
  • Lichtblau, Karl

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In jüngster Zeit wird in der politischen Diskussion heftig über den Finanzausgleich gestritten. Wo liegen die Schwächen des bestehenden Systems? Wie kann eine Reform aussehen?

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  • Huber, Bernd & Lichtblau, Karl, 1998. "Konfiskatorischer Finanzausgleich verlangt eine Reform," Munich Reprints in Economics 19398, University of Munich, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:lmu:muenar:19398
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