Political Economy in Federal States: Selected Essays of Stanley L. Winer

Political Economy in Federal States: Selected Essays of Stanley L. Winer

by Stanley L. Winer
     
 

ISBN-10: 1840647817

ISBN-13: 9781840647815

Pub. Date: 01/01/2002

Publisher: Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.

Employing data from Canada, the United States, and Austria, these 12 essays examine the political economy of fiscal federalism, inter- regional migration and public policy, empirical macroeconomics, and applied equilibrium settings. Specific essays discuss topics like the evolution of the tax structure, jurisdictional re-assignment, special interest groups, and

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Employing data from Canada, the United States, and Austria, these 12 essays examine the political economy of fiscal federalism, inter- regional migration and public policy, empirical macroeconomics, and applied equilibrium settings. Specific essays discuss topics like the evolution of the tax structure, jurisdictional re-assignment, special interest groups, and fiscally-induced internal migration. The Canadian experience with both fixed and flexible exchange rate regimes is used to test hypotheses about the macroeconomic consequences of subcentral fiscal policy, the internal transmission of economic activity, and the relationship between monetary growth and political popularity. The integration of economics and politics is central to the collection. Winer teaches public policy and administration at Carleton University. Annotation c. Book News, Inc.,Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781840647815
Publisher:
Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.
Publication date:
01/01/2002
Series:
Studies in Fiscal Federalism and State-Local Finance
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgementsvii
Introductionix
Part IThe Political Economy of Fiscal Federalism
1.'Some Evidence on the Effect of the Separation of Spending and Taxing Decisions', (Journal of Political Economy, 91, February 1983, 126-40. Reprinted in Problemi di Administrazione Publica, 9, Formez, Naples, 1984, 93-118)3
2.'A Positive Model of Tax Structure' with Walter Hettich, (Journal of Public Economics, 24/1, 1984, 67-87. Reprinted in Wallace Oates (ed.), The Economics of Fiscal Federalism and Local Finance, The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, Edward Elgar Publishing, 1998)19
3.'Explaining the Use of Related Tax Instruments' with Walter Hettich. Unpublished, Carleton University, October 199340
4.'Federalism, Special Interests and the Exchange of Policies for Political Resources' with Walter Hettich, (European Journal of Political Economy, 3, Special Issue 1987, 33-54)65
5.'On the Reassignment of Fiscal Powers in a Federal State' in G. Galeotti, P. Salmon and R. Wintrobe (eds), (Competition and Structure: The Political Economy of Collective Decisions: Essays in Honour of Albert Breton, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000, 150-73)87
6.'The Individual, Political Tension, and Canada's Quest for a New Constitution' with Edwin G. West, (Canadian Public Policy, Winter 1980, 3-15)111
Part IIInterregional Migration and Public Policy
7.'Internal Migration and Public Policy: An Introduction to the Issues and a Review of Empirical Research on Canada' with Kathleen M. Day in A. Maslove (ed.), (Issues in the Taxation of Individuals, University of Toronto Press, 1994, 3-61)127
Part IIIEmpirical Macroeconomics in a Small, Open Federal State
8.'Short-Run Monetary-Fiscal Influences in a Federal State: With Application to the Post War Canadian Economy, 1951 to 1970', (Carleton Economic Papers, July 1977, 77-16, reset)189
9.'Stabilization and Nonfederal Behaviour in an Open Federal State: An Econometric Study of the Fixed Exchange Rate, Canadian Case' with M.A. Sheikh, (Empirical Economics, 2(3), 1977, 195-211)222
10.'The Role of Exchange Rate Flexibility in the International Transmission of Inflation in Long and Shorter Runs: Canada, 1953 to 1981', (Canadian Journal of Economics, 1986, 19, 62-86)239
11.'Money and Politics in a Small Open Economy', (Public Choice, 1986, 51, 221-39)264
Part IVPolitical Economy in an Applied Equilibrium Setting
12.'Endogenous Policy in a Computational General Equilibrium Framework' with Thomas Rutherford, Research Report 9007, University of Western Ontario Department of Economics, June 1990285
Name index325

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