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Volume 51, issue 4, 1996

Excess Burdens, Double Dividends, and the Taxation of Fossil Fuels pp. 441-52
Dirk J Wolfson
A Multiproduct Club Approach to Transportation Infrastructure Pricing pp. 453-72
Michael A Lipsman and Todd Sandler
Tax Compliance Games with Imperfect Auditing pp. 473-89
Peter Bardsley
Free-Riding and the Psychology of Choice or Where Does "Warm-Glow" Come From? pp. 490-506
Michele Bernasconi
Dynamics of Optimal Social Security Finance pp. 507-21
Michael Bräuninger
Tax Complexity and Fiscal Illusion: An Empirical Evaluation of the Heyndels and Smolders Approach pp. 522-33
Brian Dollery and Andrew Worthington
Formula-Controlled Territorial Public Expenditure in the United Kingdom pp. 534-58
David Heald
Taxation and Saving in Developing Economies: A Panel Study of African Countries pp. 559-71
Jane H Leuthold and Maxwell M Mkwezalamba
Tax Amnesties and Tax Evasion Inertia pp. 572-89
Pau Olivella

Volume 51, issue 3, 1996

Monetary and Fiscal Policy under Conditions of Globalised Money and Capital Markets: Lessons for the UK Personal Sector pp. 305-24
Stephen F Frowen and Elias Karakitsos
Mobility and Redistribution: A Survey pp. 325-52
Helmuth Cremer and Et Al
Punishment and Grace: On the Economics of Tax Amnesties pp. 353-68
Luigi Alberto Franzoni
Comparison of Marginal Propensity to Consume between Legal and Tax-Evaded Income: The Japanese Case pp. 369-75
Aiko Shibata and Hiroaki Hayashi
Optimal Income Taxation: Linear versus Quadratic pp. 376-92
James A Yunker
The Distribution of the Benefits of Public Expenditure Programmes: Evidence for Italy from a Budget Game Experiment pp. 393-414
Alberto Zanardi

Volume 51, issue 2, 1996

Time-Consistent Criminal Sanctions pp. 149-65
Robin Boadway, Nicolas Marceau and Maurice Marchand
Causality between Government Expenditures and Economic Growth: An Examination Using Cointegration Techniques pp. 166-84
Muhammad Sarfraz Anwar, Stephen Davies and R K Sampath
Some International Evidence on Wagner's Law pp. 185-200
Martin T Bohl
Optimal Policies of Taxation on Foreign Investment and Export Performance Requirements pp. 201-16
Chi-Chur Chao and Eden S H Yu
A Comparison of Sales Taxes pp. 217-25
Arindam Das-Gupta and Ira Gang
Do Regressive Tax Expenditures Always Reduce Progressivity and Redistributive Capacity of the Personal Income Tax? An Analysis of Tax Credits pp. 226-41
Esther Martinez-Garcia
Internalizing Externalities in Second-Best Tax Systems pp. 242-57
Gerhard O Orosel and Ronnie Schob
International Evidence on Wagner's Hypothesis: A Cointegration Analysis pp. 258-74
James Payne and Bradley Ewing
Two-Sided Altruism, the Samaritan's Dilemma, and Universal Compulsory Insurance pp. 275-90
Berthold Wigger

Volume 51, issue 1, 1996

On the Classification and Interpretation of Global Progressivity Measures pp. 1-22
K Cassady, G C Ruggeri and D Van Wart
Valuing Future Income Tax Revenues: An Options Pricing Approach pp. 23-32
Teun Draaisma and Kathryn Gordon
Cash Management Optimization by the Dutch Central Government pp. 33-53
Han van der Knoop
Consumption and Income as Tax Bases for Social Security pp. 54-70
Miguel-Angel Lopez-Garcia
Wagner's Law vs. Keynesian Paradigm: The Korean Experience pp. 71-91
Wan Kyu Park
Marginal Effective Tax Rates in Retrospect: 1970-1995 pp. 92-127
Eric Rimbaux
Wage Bill Underreporting and the Withholding Tax Rate: An Interactive Perspective pp. 128-31
Gideon Yaniv
More Evidence on Wagner's Law for Mexico: A Reply pp. 132-39
N R Vasudeva Murthy

Volume 50, issue 3, 1995

Cost-Benefit Analysis, User Prices, and State Expenditures in India pp. 327-41
Robert Brent
Taxes, Divorce-Transactions Costs, Economic Conditions, and Divorce Rates: An Exploratory Empirical Inquiry for the United States pp. 342-55
Richard Cebula and Belton, Willie J,
Initial Tests on the Sensitivity of the Parameters of the UK Loan Guarantee Scheme pp. 356-70
Marc Cowling
Dynamics, Consistent Conjectures, and Heterogeneous Agents in the Private Provision of Public Goods pp. 371-89
Jun-ichi Itaya and Dipankar Dasgupta
Inter-community Spillovers, Matching Grants, and Lump-Sum Taxes pp. 390-403
Dong-Woo Lee
Uncertainty, Altruism, and Savings: Precautionary Savings Meets the Samaritan's Dilemma pp. 404-19
William Lord and Peter Rangazas
Japanese Local Finance and the "Institutionalized" Flypaper Effect pp. 420-41
Junichi Nagamine
Inflation, Housing Taxation, and Homeowner Uptrading pp. 442-69
Yasuhiro Nakagami and Alfredo Pereira
Pareto-Improving Changes of Tariffs and Taxes pp. 470-77
Atsushi Tsuneki
Dynamic Inconsistency of Performance-Based Wages in Tax Collection: A Comment pp. 478-85
Ching-chong Lai and Wen-Ya Chang
Dynamic Inconsistency of Performance-Based Wages in Tax Collection: A Reply pp. 486
Flavio Menezes

Volume 50, issue 2, 1995

The Importance of the Tax System in Determining the Marginal Cost of Funds pp. 173-81
Shaghil Ahmed and Dean Croushore
Leasing in the Public Sector, with Special Reference to the Netherlands pp. 182-200
Peter B Boorsma
Public Indebtedness, Manufacturing Output, and Factor Substitution pp. 201-23
Basil Dalamagas
Intergenerational Equity and Pension Reform: The Case of the Netherlands pp. 224-45
Gijs Dekkers, Jan Nelissen and Harrie A A Verbon
Dynamic Tax Incidence in a Finite Horizon Model pp. 246-66
Jun-ichi Itaya
More Evidence on Wagner's Law for Mexico pp. 267-77
Chi-Ang Lin
Optimal Tariff Financing of Public Inputs in a Small Open Economy pp. 278-91
Mutsumi Matsumoto
On Public Good Provision with Distortionary Taxation pp. 292-302
Michael Michael and Panos Hatzipanayotou
Tax Evasion and Risk Taking: Is Tax Evasion Desirable? pp. 303-16
Matthias Wrede

Volume 50, issue 1, 1995

The Empirical Relationship between Budgetary Deficits and Government Expenditure Growth: An Examination Using Cointegration pp. 1-18
John Ashworth
The Heterogeneous Taxation of Capital Income pp. 19-35
Simon Benninga, Joram Mayshar and Eli Talmor
Seven Hypotheses about Public Choice and Local Spending (A Test from Spanish Municipalities) pp. 36-50
Núria Bosch and Javier Suarez-Pandiello
Tax Amnesties as Special Sales Offers: The Italian Experience pp. 51-66
Alberto Cassone and Carla Marchese
An Examination of Wagner's Law for Greece: A Cointegration Analysis pp. 67-79
George Hondroyiannis and Evangelia Papapetrou
Revenue Structure and the Size of Government: The Canadian Experience pp. 80-95
Edward Wei-Te Hsieh
Tax Evasion and Efficient Bargains pp. 96-105
Ching-chong Lai, Juin-jen Chang and Wen-Ya Chang
Risk Taking and Business Income Tax Evasion pp. 106-20
Kangoh Lee
Wagner's Hypothesis and Displacement Effect in Japan, 1960-1991 pp. 121-35
Masuo Nomura
Changes in Public Expenditure, Optimal Debt and Tax Policy, and Intertemporal Adjustments pp. 136-52
Vinaya Swaroop
Tax Evasion and the Risk Averse Tax Collector pp. 153-65
Joseph Tzur and Elli Kraizberg
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