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February 1987, Volume 32, Issue 1
December 1986, Volume 31, Issue 3
- 269-285 The price of government ownership : A study of the Domtar takeover
by Boardman, Anthony & Freedman, Ruth & Eckel, Catherine
- 287-305 Shadow pricing with suboptimal policy rules
by Mookherjee, Dilip
- 307-327 Strategic bias and demand for public goods : Theory and an application to the arts
by Throsby, C. D. & Withers, Glenn A.
- 329-345 Randomization of commodity taxes : An expenditure minimization approach
by Chang, F. R. & Wildasin, D. E.
- 347-376 Capital income taxation in growing open economies
by Bovenberg, A. Lans
- 377-399 The redistributive roles of unemployment insurance and the dynamics of voting
by Wright, Randall
November 1986, Volume 31, Issue 2
- 131-161 Choice under uncertainty: A model of applications for the social security disability insurance program
by Halpern, Janice & Hausman, Jerry A.
- 163-179 The optimal linear income tax revisited
by Hellwig, Martin F.
- 181-195 Sequential procurement auctions
by Luton, Richard & McAfee, R. Preston
- 197-213 Taxes, intermediate goods, and relative prices : The case of variable coefficients
by Bhatia, Kul B.
- 215-236 A dynamic model of corruption deterrence
by Lui, Francis T.
- 237-251 Public pensions as optimal social contracts
by Veall, Michael R.
- 253-268 Sensitivity of `optimal' commodity tax rates to alternative demand functional forms : An econometric case study of India
by Ray, Ranjan
October 1986, Volume 31, Issue 1
August 1986, Volume 30, Issue 3
- 273-291 A pigovian rule for the optimum provision of public goods
by King, Mervyn A.
- 293-316 Optimal taxation and public production in an open dual economy
by Heady, Christopher J. & Mitra, Pradeep K.
- 317-328 Unemployment insurance and involuntary unemployment: The case of adverse selection
by Jones, Stephen R. G.
- 329-340 A general equilibrium analysis of financial regulation
by Varela, Oscar & Olson, Richard E.
- 341-357 Welfare and comparative statics implications of fair social security : A steady-state analysis
by Karni, Edi & Zilcha, Itzhak
- 359-368 Interindustry flows and the incidence of the corporate income tax
by Solow, John L.
- 369-383 Fraudulent collection of unemployment benefits : A theoretical analysis with reference to income tax evasion
by Yaniv, Gideon
- 385-393 Distributionally-neutral tax changes for different inequality concepts
by Pfingsten, Andreas
- 395-398 Wealth effects, treasury bill financing, perpetuity financing, and stability
by Shieh, Yeung-Nan
July 1986, Volume 30, Issue 2
- 137-143 Theory of optimal taxation
by Samuelson, P. A.
- 145-164 Household formation, housing prices, and public policy impacts
by Borsch-Supan, Axel
- 165-181 An upper bound on optimal income taxes
by Svensson, Lars-Gunnar & Weibull, Jorgen W.
- 183-198 On the optimal income taxation and educational decisions
by Tuomala, Matti
- 199-217 A reduced-form optimal nonlinear income tax problem
by Weymark, John A.
- 219-235 The optimal linear income tax with tax credits contingent on fertility
by Batina, Raymond G.
- 237-247 Overlapping generations, competitive efficiency and optimal population
by Kemp, Murray C. & Kondo, Hitoshi
- 249-257 Incentive compatible discount rates for public investment
by Rees, Ray
- 259-265 Cost-minimizing welfare programs
by Dye, Ronald A. & Antle, Rick
- 267-272 Bounds on the willingness to pay for non-traded goods : A possibility theorem
by Neill, Jon R.
June 1986, Volume 30, Issue 1
- 1-36 Project evaluation by potential tax reform
by Hammond, Peter J.
- 37-59 Tax incidence in a model with perfect foresight of agents and rationing in markets
by van de Klundert, Th. & Peters, P.
- 61-81 The short-run and long-run benefits of environmental improvement
by Scotchmer, Suzanne
- 83-96 Demand for collective goods in private nonprofit markets: Can fundraising expenditures help overcome free-rider behavior?
by Weisbrod, Burton A. & Dominguez, Nestor D.
- 97-107 Crime and punishment again: The economic approach with a psychological twist
by Dickens, William T.
- 109-116 Uncertain parameter values and the choice among policy options
by Fullerton, Don & Lyon, Andrew B.
- 117-128 The failure of Ricardian equivalence under progressive wealth taxation
by Abel, Andrew B.
- 129-134 Benevolent preferences and pure public goods
by Lemche, S. Q.
April 1986, Volume 29, Issue 3
- 263-279 Some analytics of the laffer curve
by Malcomson, James M.
- 281-294 The relative efficiency of public and private firms in a regulated environment: The case of U.S. electric utilities
by Atkinson, Scott E. & Halvorsen, Robert
- 295-316 Quality, quantity and total expenditures on publicly provided goods: the case of public mental hospitals
by Frank, Richard G. & Kamlet, Mark S.
- 317-332 The effect of regulation on nonuniform electricity price schedules in the united states
by Stephen Henderson, J.
- 333-345 Types of bureaucratic interaction
by Moene, Karl O.
- 347-362 Externality regulation and the monopoly firm
by Martin, Robert E.
- 363-373 The incidence of heterogeneous residential property taxes
by Hobson, Paul
- 375-381 Social criteria for evaluating population change: An alternative to the Blackorby-Donaldson criterion
by Ng, Yew-Kwang
- 383-387 Measurable welfare change with optimal commodity taxation
by Scafuri, Allen J.
March 1986, Volume 29, Issue 2
- 133-172 Commodity tax competition between member states of a federation: equilibrium and efficiency
by Mintz, Jack & Tulkens, Henry
- 173-197 Job search, wage offers, and unemployment insurance
by Blau, David M. & Robins, Philip K.
- 199-221 State restrictions on local debt : Their role in preventing default
by Epple, Dennis & Spatt, Chester
- 223-239 The optimal property tax with mobile nonresidential capital
by Turnbull, Geoffrey K. & Niho, Yoshio
- 241-253 Capital income taxation, depletion allowances, and nonrenewable resource extraction
by Gaudet, Gerard & Lasserre, Pierre
- 255-261 Less than single dividend taxation: A note
by Lund, Diderik
February 1986, Volume 29, Issue 1
- 1-24 Moral hazard and optimal commodity taxation
by Arnott, Richard & Stiglitz, Joseph E.
- 25-49 On the private provision of public goods
by Bergstrom, Theodore & Blume, Lawrence & Varian, Hal
- 51-77 Equilibrium taxation and experience rating in a federal system of unemployment insurance
by Adams, James D.
- 79-97 Equivalence scales, horizontal equity and optimal taxation under utilitarianism
by Balcer, Yves & Sadka, Efraim
- 99-112 Welfare effects of changing commodity tax rates toward uniformity
by Hatta, Tatsuo
- 113-132 A general equilibrium analysis of property tax incidence
by Lin, Chuan
December 1985, Volume 28, Issue 3
- 273-273 Nobel symposium 61 : The growth of government
by Lindbeck, Assar & Myhrman, Johan & Wittrock, Bjorn
- 275-285 Introduction: Reflections on the growth of government
by Myhrman, Johan
- 287-308 Excess bias and the nature of budget growth
by Musgrave, Richard A.
- 309-328 Redistribution policy and the expansion of the public sector
by Lindbeck, Assar
- 329-347 Public policies, pressure groups, and dead weight costs
by Becker, Gary S.
- 349-357 A cultural theory of expenditure growth and (Un)balanced budgets
by Wildavsky, Aaron
- 359-382 The causes of government expenditure growth: A survey of the U.S. evidence
by Borcherding, Thomas E.
- 383-399 The growth of government in the United States: An economic historian's perspective
by North, Douglass C.
November 1985, Volume 28, Issue 2
- 135-163 The social cost of labor and project evaluation: A general approach
by Sah, Raaj Kumar & Stiglitz, Joseph E.
- 165-209 An analysis of the stabilizing and welfare effects of intervention in spot and futures markets
by Campbell, Robert B. & Turnovsky, Stephen J.
- 211-231 Regulation of prices and pollution under incomplete information
by Baron, David P.
- 233-245 Debt and taxes in the theory of public finance
by Feldstein, Martin
- 247-254 Uniqueness of equilibrium in large-scale numerical general equilibrium models
by Kehoe, Timothy J. & Whalley, John
- 255-265 A note on the effects of capital income taxation on the dynamics of a competitive economy
by Danthine, Jean-Pierre & Donaldson, John B.
- 267-272 A note on the marginal tax rate in a finite economy
by Roell, Ailsa A.
October 1985, Volume 28, Issue 1
August 1985, Volume 27, Issue 3
- 261-280 Corporate finance side of the Q theory of investment
by Hayashi, Fumio
- 281-290 Taxation within Cournot oligopoly
by Levin, Dan
- 291-309 The taxation of capital income in an open economy: the importance of resident-nonresident tax treatment
by Mutti, John & Grubert, Harry
- 311-329 A theoretical analysis of incremental investment incentives with an application to the case of industrial R & D
by Hughes, Edward & McFetridge, D. G.
- 331-353 Tax revenue and the marginal cost of public funds in Sweden
by Hansson, Ingemar & Stuart, Charles
- 355-370 A three-sector model for real property tax incedence
by Schoettle, Ferdinand P.
- 371-387 Toward `privatization' of public sector output: decentralized contracting for public and private goods
by Collinge, Robert A.
July 1985, Volume 27, Issue 2
- 131-156 Population composition of cities: Restructuring the tiebout model
by Henderson, J. Vernon
- 157-175 Tax treatment of housing in a dynamic sequenced general equilibrium model
by Hamilton, Bob & Whalley, John
- 177-193 Shadow prices, consistency and the value of life
by Dobbs, Ian M.
- 195-210 The benefits of in-kind government programs
by Schwab, Robert M.
- 211-230 Optimal tax reform in the presence of adjustment costs
by Zodrow, George R.
- 231-246 Tax evasion and labor markets
by Watson, Harry
- 247-254 Optimal policy rules and regime switching in disequilibrium models
by Cuddington, John T. & Johansson, Per-Olov & Ohlsson, Henry
- 255-260 Achieving the first best in small economies
by Allen, Franklin
June 1985, Volume 27, Issue 1
- 1-23 The normative and positive aspects of the taxation of imputed rent on owner-occupied housing
by Pines, David & Sadka, Efraim & Sheshinski, Eytan
- 25-45 Profit-maximizing clubs
by Scotchmer, Suzanne
- 47-67 Candidate reputations and the `incumbency effect'
by Bernhardt, M. Daniel & Ingerman, Daniel E.
- 69-92 Urban squatting and community organization in developing countries
by Jimenez, Emmanuel
- 93-106 Endogenous fertility and optimal population size
by Eckstein, Zvi & Wolpin, Kenneth I.
- 107-115 Information-eliciting compensation schemes
by Osband, Kent & Reichelstein, Stefan
- 117-124 Consistent conjectures and voluntary contributions to public goods: why the conventional theory does not work
by Sugden, Robert
- 125-129 On the consistency of conjectures with public goods
by Cornes, Richard & Sandler, Todd
April 1985, Volume 26, Issue 3
- 269-288 Market equilibrium with private knowledge : An insurance example
by Kunreuther, Howard & Pauly, Mark
- 289-302 An alternative approach to aggregate surplus analysis
by Harris, Richard & Wildasin, David
- 303-326 Uncertain lifetimes and the welfare enhancing properties of annuity markets and social security
by Eckstein, Zvi & Eichenbaum, Martin & Peled, Dan
- 327-347 Income tax policy and lifetime labor supply
by Ippolito, Richard A.
- 349-377 The benefits and costs of the section 8 existing housing program
by Reeder, William J.
- 379-400 Technology and public goods
by Kohli, Ulrich
March 1985, Volume 26, Issue 2
- 135-146 Average cost pricing versus marginal cost pricing under moral hazard
by Freixas, Xavier & Laffont, Jean-Jacques
- 147-167 Capital income taxation and perfect foresight
by Becker, Robert A.
- 169-189 Incentive effects of benevolent intervention : The case of government loan guarantees
by Chaney, Paul K. & Thakor, Anjan V.
- 191-205 The efficiency of equilibrium traffic flows
by Rotemberg, Julio J.
- 207-219 The efficiency of competitive equilibria in insurance markets with asymmetric information
by Crocker, Keith J. & Snow, Arthur
- 221-236 Characteristics, consumer surplus, and new activities : A proposed ski area
by Morey, Edward R.
- 237-247 The effect of an anticipated tax change on investment in Britain
by Sumner, Michael
- 249-262 Migration and education subsidies by governments : A game-theoretic analysis
by Webb, M. A.
- 263-267 Tax evasion and heuristics : A research note
by Spicer, Michael W. & Hero, Rodney E.
February 1985, Volume 26, Issue 1
- 1-18 Income tax compliance in a principal-agent framework
by Reinganum, Jennifer F. & Wilde, Louis L.
- 19-34 Tax evasion with labour income
by Cowell, Frank A.
- 35-50 On a simple rule for the optimal inflation rate in second best taxation
by Chamley, Christophe
- 51-74 Public goods provision in an experimental environment
by Mark Isaac, R. & McCue, Kenneth F. & Plott, Charles R.
- 75-87 Lifetime income and public pension : An analysis of the effect on redistribution using a two-period analysis
by Shimono, Keiko & Tachibanaki, Toshiaki
- 89-106 The relative performance of publicly-owned and privately-owned electric utilities
by Fare, R. & Grosskopf, S. & Logan, J.
- 107-121 Tax policy and foreign direct investment
by Hartman, David G.
- 123-133 A general disequilibrium model of tax incidence
by Chang, Ching-huei
December 1984, Volume 25, Issue 3
- 257-258 Caesarea workshop on public economics: Introduction
by Stern, Nicholas
- 259-298 The theory of reform and indian indirect taxes
by Ahmad, Ehtisham & Stern, Nicholas
- 299-321 Quantities, qualities and multiple public services in the Tiebout model
by Berglas, Eitan
- 323-328 Transfer principles in income redistribution
by Fishburn, Peter C. & Willig, Robert D.
- 329-369 A complete solution to a class of principal-agent problems with an application to the control of a self-managed firm
by Guesnerie, Roger & Laffont, Jean-Jacques
- 371-389 Advances in supervision technology and economic welfare: a general equilibrium analysis
by Ordover, Janusz A. & Shapiro, Carl
November 1984, Volume 25, Issue 1-2
- 1-12 Dragon-slaying and ballroom dancing: The private supply of a public good
by Bliss, Christopher & Nalebuff, Barry
- 13-33 Social criteria for evaluating population change
by Blackorby, Charles & Donaldson, David
- 35-51 Dynamic effects of the unemployment insurance tax on temporary layoffs
by Wolcowitz, Jeffrey
- 53-81 Measuring the value of life saving from consumer reactions to new information
by Ippolito, Pauline M. & Ippolito, Richard A.
- 83-101 Complementarity, free riding, and the military expenditures of NATO allies
by Murdoch, James C. & Sandler, Todd
- 103-125 The welfare effects of intergovernmental grants in an economy with distortionary local taxes : A simple general equilibrium analysis
by Wildasin, David E.
- 127-141 Provision of public goods in congested cities
by Wijkander, Hans
- 143-159 The effects of social security reforms on retirement ages and retirement incomes
by Fields, Gary S. & Mitchell, Olivia S.
- 161-179 Necessary and sufficient conditions for single-peakedness in public economic models
by Coughlin, Peter J. & Hinich, Melvin J.
- 181-196 On indirect tax evasion
by Marrelli, Massimo
- 197-209 Committees and rent-seeking effort
by Congleton, Roger D.
- 211-233 Incidence and efficiency aspects of differential taxation of residential and industrial capital in a growing economy
by Gahvari, Firouz
- 235-243 Utility functions for public outputs and majority voting
by Diba, Behzad & Feldman, Allan M.
- 245-254 An alternative model for studying the incidence of indirect taxes
by Sanson, Joao Rogerio
August 1984, Volume 24, Issue 3
- 281-308 Equilibrium among local jurisdictions: toward an integrated treatment of voting and residential choice
by Epple, Dennis & Filimon, Radu & Romer, Thomas
- 309-329 The excise tax effects of the property tax
by Wilson, John D.
- 331-351 The nonexcludable publicness of primary and secondary public education
by Wyckoff, James H.
- 353-371 Public health insurance and optimal income taxation
by Blomqvist, Ake & Horn, Henrik
- 373-380 Separation of the redistributive and allocative functions of government : A public choice perspective
by Flowers, Marilyn R. & Danzon, Patricia M.
- 381-388 `Linear' income tax cuts: distributional effects, social preferences and revenue elasticities
by Pfahler, Wilhelm
- 389-395 An optional tax system
by Sampson, A. A.
July 1984, Volume 24, Issue 2
- 135-151 Revealing demand for an actual public good
by Bohm, Peter
- 153-169 Discount rates and shadow prices for public investment
by Marchand, Maurice & Pestieau, Pierre
- 171-193 Participation and the provision of discrete public goods: a strategic analysis
by Palfrey, Thomas R. & Rosenthal, Howard
- 195-220 Which commodity taxes should supplement the income tax?
by Christiansen, Vidar
- 221-230 Income distribution policies with endogenous fertility
by Nerlove, Marc & Razin, Assaf & Sadka, Efraim
- 231-239 A general proposition on the design of a neutral business tax
by Boadway, Robin & Bruce, Neil
- 241-247 Optimal taxation, the compensation principle and the measurement of changes in economic welfare
by Grand, Julian Le
- 249-256 Voluntariness and efficiency in the provision of public goods
by Silvestre, Joaquim
- 257-270 Incentives in government contracts
by Reichelstein, Stefan & Osband, Kent
- 271-280 Efficient timing of income taxes
by Kingston, Geoffrey H.
June 1984, Volume 24, Issue 1
- 1-27 Welfare implications of net social security wealth
by Tesfatsion, Leigh
- 29-46 Effluent fees and market structure
by Oates, Wallace E. & Strassmann, Diana L.
- 47-66 Disability transfers and early retirement: a casual relationship?
by Haveman, Robert H. & Wolfe, Barbara L.
- 67-87 A positive model of tax structure
by Hettich, Walter & Winer, Stanley
- 89-99 The optimal use of fines and imprisonment
by Polinsky, A. Mitchell & Shavell, Steven
- 101-109 Partial welfare improvements and capital income taxation
by Ihori, Toshihiro
- 111-122 Uncertainty and pollution: The role of indirect taxation
by Koenig, Evan F.
- 123-125 Further discussion on controllability and the theory of economic policy
by Tondini, Giovanni
- 127-129 Controllability and the theory of economic policy : A further note
by Buiter, Willem & Gersovitz, Mark
- 131-133 A theory of inequality and taxation : Patricia Apps, (Cambridge University Press, 1982) pp. 132, [UK pound]16.50
by Sandmo, Agnar
April 1984, Volume 23, Issue 3
- 245-278 Information processing and jury decisionmaking
by Klevorick, Alvin K. & Rothschild, Michael & Winship, Christopher
- 279-305 The effects of grants-in-aid on state and local expenditures : The case of AFDC
by Moffitt, Robert A.
- 307-332 Optimal compensation for potential fatality
by Fraser, Clive D.
- 333-349 Patterns of power: bargaining and incentives in two-person games
by Chichilnisky, Graciela & Heal, Geoffrey
- 351-366 On the optimal income taxation : Some further numerical results
by Tuomala, Matti
- 367-379 The theory of public goods: non-nash behaviour
by Cornes, Richard & Sandler, Todd
- 381-389 Mixed clubs : Further observations
by Sandler, Todd & Tschirhart, John T.
- 391-397 Resource constraint, replicability and mixed clubs : A reply
by Berglas, E. & Pines, D.
1984, Volume 23, Issue 1-2
- 1-2 Introduction
by Feldstein, Martin
- 3-26 Unemployment benefit, duration and incentives in Britain : How robust is the evidence?
by Atkinson, A. B. & Gomulka, J. & Micklewright, J. & Rau, N.
- 27-57 Taxes, firm financial policy and the cost of capital: An empirical analysis
by Auerbach, Alan J.
- 59-80 Statistical models for zero expenditures in household budgets
by Deaton, Angus & Irish, Margaret
- 81-114 Individual retirement and savings behavior
by Diamond, P. A. & Hausman, J. A.
- 115-139 Pension wealth and household savings: Tests of robustness
by Dicks-Mireaux, Louis & King, Mervyn