Efficiency in Economies with Jurisdictions and Public Projects
Traditionally in the literature on local public goods it is assumed that each local public good is a selection from a convex space. In this paper existence is shown for a class of finite models where local public goods are selections from abstract, possibly non-convex, commodity spaces. These equilibria are shown to contain the core.
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