Public Finance Review
Publ Finance Rev
ISSN (printed): 1091-1421. ISSN (electronic): 1552-7530.
Public Finance Review is a professional forum devoted to US policy-oriented economic research and theory, which focuses on a variety of allocation, distribution and stabilization functions within the public-sector economy. Economists, policy makers, political scientists and researchers all rely on Public Finance Review, to bring them the most up-to-date information on the ever changing US public finance system, and to help them put policies and research into action. Public Finance Review not only presents rigorous empirical and theoretical papers on public economic polices, but also examines and critiques their impact and consequences. The journal analyzes the nature and function of evolving US governmental fiscal policies at the national, state and local levels. Each peer-reviewed issues explores a variety of subject areas, bringing you comprehensive coverage of the US public-sector economy today. Issues recently examined include: social security financing, tax neutrality and social welfare, politics and deficit finance, tax credits for job creation, public education subsidies, mixed outputs of non-profit organizations, government loan guarantees, distributional effects of social security.
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