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Public Finance Review


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James Alm Tulane University, USA

eISSN: 15527530| ISSN: 10911421|Current volume: 44|Current issue: 3 Frequency: Bi-monthly

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Public Finance Review is a professional forum devoted to economic research, theory, and policy applications, focusing 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 issues in public economics, and to help them put policies and research into action.

Public Finance Review presents rigorous empirical and theoretical papers on public economic polices, as well as examining and critiquing their impact and consequences. The journal analyzes the nature and function of evolving governmental fiscal policies at the national, state, and local levels. Each peer-reviewed issue explores a variety of subject areas, bringing you comprehensive coverage of the 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, and distributional effects of social security.

Public Finance Review is a scholarly economics journal devoted to 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 analysis of the ever changing public finance systems around the world and to help them put policies and research into action. Public Finance Review presents rigorous empirical and theoretical papers on public economic policies, and also examines their impacts and consequences. The journal analyzes the nature and function of evolving governmental fiscal policies at the national, state and local levels, with the goal of providing analysis that it is of interest to an international audience. Each peer-reviewed issue explores a variety of subject areas, bringing comprehensive coverage of the 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, and intergovernmental fiscal relations.

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W. Robert Reed University of Canterbury
Editorial Board
Richard Bird University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
C. Y. Cyrus Chu National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
David N. Figlio University of Florida, USA
Bernd Genser University of Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany
Jane Gravelle Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress
Jan van Heerden University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa
Eckhard Janeba University of Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany
Michael McKee Appalachian State University
Charles E. McLure Hoover Institution, Stanford University
David Merriman University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Wallace Oates University of Maryland, USA
Todd Sandler The University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Friedrich Schneider Johannes Kepler Universitat Linz, Austria
Edward Batte Sennoga Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda
Hilary Sigman State University of New Jersey
Joel Slemrod University of Michigan, USA
Jon Sonstelie University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Eugenia Toma University of Kentucky, USA
Benno Torgler Queensland University of Technology
Burton Weisbrod Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Stanley Winer Carleton University
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