Solutions Manual to Accompany Intermediate Public Economics, 2e

by Hashimzade, Hindriks, Myles

ISBN: 9780262313896 | Copyright 2013

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Contents (pg. v)
Part I Public Economics and the Public Sector (pg. 1)
Chapter 1 An Introduction to Public Economics (pg. 3)
Chapter 2 Equilibrium and Efficiency (pg. 17)
Chapter 3 Behavioral Economics (pg. 53)
Part II Government (pg. 67)
Chapter 4 Public Sector Statistics (pg. 69)
Chapter 5 Theories of the Public Sector (pg. 81)
Part III Departures from Efficiency (pg. 105)
Chapter 6 Public Goods (pg. 107)
Chapter 7 Club Goods and Local Public Goods (pg. 133)
Chapter 8 Externalities (pg. 155)
Chapter 9 Imperfect Competition (pg. 183)
Chapter 10 Asymmetic Information (pg. 219)
Part IV Political Economy (pg. 245)
Chapter 11 Voting (pg. 247)
Chapter 12 Rent-Seeking (pg. 265)
Part V Equity and Distribution (pg. 283)
Chapter 13 Optimality and Comparability (pg. 285)
Chpater 14 Inequality and Poverty (pg. 311)
Part VI Taxation (pg. 343)
Chapter 15 Commodity Taxation (pg. 345)
Chapter 16 Income Taxation (pg. 373)
Chapter 17 Tax Evasion (pg. 411)
Chapter 18 The Limits to Redistribution (pg. 433)
Part VII Multiple Jurisdictions (pg. 445)
Chapter 19 Fiscal Federalism (pg. 447)
Chapter 20 Fiscal Competition (pg. 477)
Chapter 21 Issues in International Taxation (pg. 499)
Part VIII Issues of Time (pg. 521)
Chapter 22 Intertemporal Efficiency (pg. 523)
Chapter 23 Social Security (pg. 537)
Chapter 24 Economic Growth (pg. 561)
Part IX Applications (pg. 593)
Chapter 25 Cost-Benefit Analysis (pg. 595)
Chapter 26 Economics of Climate Policy (pg. 609)

Nigar Hashimzade

Nigar Hashimzade is Lecturer in Economics at the University of Exeter.

Jean Hindriks

Jean Hindriks is Professor in the Economics Department and Codirector of the Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE) at the Université Catholique de Louvain.

Gareth D. Myles

Gareth D. Myles is Head of Department and Professor of Economics at the University of Exeter and a Research Fellow at the Institute for Fiscal Studies. He is the author of Public Economics.

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