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Lobbying and Rent-Seeking for Public Goods in a Fiscally Centralized System

  • Cheikbossian, G.

We analyze a centralized system as one in which a political authority finances by general taxation two local public goods each one associated with a particular region. Because individuals in the two regions have different preferences, they engage in rent-seeking activities to influence centralized policy-making in their preferred direction. Several results emerge from the analysis and in particular rent-seeking is shown to be increasing in taste heterogeneity and in the degree of spillovers.

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Paper provided by LASER (Laboratoire de Science Economique de Richter), Faculty of Economics, University of Montpellier 1 in its series Cahiers du LASER (LASER Working Papers) with number 2004.12.

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Length: 26 pages
Date of creation: 2004
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Handle: RePEc:mop:lasrwp:2004.12
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