The impact of intergovernmental grants on the aggregate public sector

The impact of intergovernmental grants on the aggregate public sector

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Schwallie offers the first detailed study of the extent to which grants-in-aid have affected the size of government. In the process, the author provides a good introduction to both the normative and positive theories of intergovernmental grants and a useful summary of grants-in-aid research over the past 25 years. With the aid of economic models that analyze governmental fiscal decision making, econometric findings, and recent empirical studies, Schwallie develops a well-defined theory that explains how a system of intergovernmental grants might affect aggregate public sector size.Intermediate Microeconomics and Its Application, 4th ed. Chicago: The Dryden Press, ... aquot;Grants-in-Aid: Some Further Answers.aquot; National Tax Journal 24 (1971): 65-77. Pindyck, Robert S., and Daniel L. Rubinfeld. Econometric Models andanbsp;...


Title:The impact of intergovernmental grants on the aggregate public sector
Author: Daniel Phillip Schwallie
Publisher:Praeger Pub Text - 1989
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