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There’s Nothing Natural about the State of Government Spending in Arkansas

Jeremy Horpedahl and Jacob Bundrick
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Annals of Computational Economics, 2017

Abstract: Arkansas is one of the poorest states in the United States, but it has a relatively high level of state government spending compared to similar states. This study examines the drivers of state spending and of spending increases in Arkansas. We investigate

Date: 2017
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