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From the Publisher"The New Fiscal Sociology presents a fantastic collection of essays written and edited by a group of first-rate scholars. The essays explore taxation from a range of perspectives including history, economics, political science, law, and sociology and in doing provide readers with a fascinating account of the development of the tax laws and their implication for modern society. The collection is truly a "must-read" for scholars, graduate students, and others interested in fiscal matters."
—Nancy Staudt, Professor of Law, Class of 1940 Research Professor of Law, Northwestern University School of Law
"Writings on an emerging cross-disciplinary field that examines such issues as the social bases and impact of taxation...."
—The Chronicle of Higher Education