4 edition of ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND FISCAL FEDERALISM: SELECTED ESSAYS OF WALLACE E. OATES. found in the catalog.
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Kincaid edsCompetition Among States and Local Governments, Washington, DC: The Urban Institute, 1991, 127-45. He moved to the University of Maryland in 1979. Oates Title Environmental policy and fiscal federalism : selected essays of Wallace E. The second half deals with fiscal and regulatory competition, state and local government finance and fiscal federalism.
Schwab, Journal of Political Economy, 100, October 1992, 966-91 232 14 'Tiebout Model', with Robert M. In numerous writings including The Theory of Environmental Policy 1975, revised edition 1988with William Baumol, he studied the design and implementation of taxes on polluting activities and systems of tradable emissions allowances. Portney, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 9, Fall 1995, 119-32 53 4 'Policy Analysis in the Presence of Distorting Taxes', with Ian W.
Oates "Wallace Oates is one of the most important scholars in both environmental economics and public finance and this new volume of his essays brings together his recent research in both these areas, covering theory, research and policy. Wallace Oates was a Distinguished University Professor Emeritus at the University of Maryland and a University Fellow at Resources for the Future.
He worked on these matters with urban groups, the European Union, the OECD, and various federal and state agencies in the United States.
Kincaid eds , Competition Among States and Local Governments, Washington, DC: The Urban Institute, 1991, 127-45 163 10 'Fiscal Competition and European Union: Contrasting Perspectives', Regional Science and Urban Economics, 31, April 2001, 133-45 182 11 'Fiscal and Regulatory Competition: Theory and Evidence', Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik, 3 4 , 2002, 377-90 195 Part V State and Local Government Finance 12 'Community Composition and the Provision of Local Public Goods: A Normative Analysis', with Robert M.
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5 'Estimating the Demand for Public Goods: The Collective Choice and Contingent Valuation Approaches', in D.