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Volume 48, issue Supplement, 1993

The Implications of Demographic Changes for Public Finance: An Overview pp. v-xii
Barbara Wolfe
Keynote Speech: Population Problem Confronted by the World Economy: A Summary pp. 1-3
Lawrence Summers
Income Taxation, Consumption Taxation, Intergenerational Transfers, and Government Behavior pp. 7-15
Charles Blankart
Public Pensions, Market Power, and Intergenerational Confidence pp. 16-28
Hendrik van Dalen and Bernard van Praag
Aging, Intergenerational Distribution and Public Pension Systems pp. 29-42
Svend Erik Hougaard Jensen and Søren Nielsen
Public Pensions and Declining Fertility in a Small Open Economy: An Intertemporal Equilibrium Approach pp. 43-59
Lans Bovenberg, Peter Broer and Ed W M T Westerhout
Infant Mortality and Public Policy pp. 63-77
Raghav Gaiha and Marco Spinedi
Children: A Capital Good or a Base for Income Redistribution Policies pp. 78-84
Marc Nerlove, Assaf Razin and Efraim Sadka
Education for Attention: A Nash Bargaining Solution to the Bequest-as-Exchange Model pp. 85-97
Helmuth Cremer and Pierre Pestieau
Public Expenditures on Child Care and the Distribution of Economic Well-Being: The Case of Sweden pp. 98-121
Bjorn Gustafsson and Urban Kjulin
Demographic Change, International Migration, and Public Education pp. 122-43
Jozef M M Ritzen and Evert van Imhoff
A Model of the Impact of Immigration on Health and Social Service Expenditures for the Elderly pp. 147-77
Haim Factor and Jack Habib
Demographic Characteristics and the Public Bundle pp. 178-98
David M Cutler, Douglas Elmendorf and Richard Zeckhauser
The Aging of the Population and the Financing of Local Governments pp. 199-213
Andrew Reschovsky
On the Role of Budgetary Policy during Demographic Changes pp. 217-27
Nicola Sartor
Demographics and Debt Service pp. 228-38
Nicola Rossi
Demographics and Social Security pp. 239-52
Sheng Cheng Hu
Implications of Economic Transition and Demographics for Financing Pensions in the Former Socialist Economies pp. 253-65
Glenn Jenkins
Work Efforts before and after Retirement under the Social Security Program pp. 269-92
Chong-Bum An
Economic Aspects of Pension Reform in OECD Countries pp. 293-308
Robert Holzmann
Technological Change, Labour Mobility and Pension Funds pp. 309-21
Jose T Raga
Demand and Supply: Siamese Twins in the Care for Elderly? pp. 322-42
Robbert Huijsman and Dirk J Wolfson
Demographic Development and Its Impact on Taxation pp. 345-48
Lothar Muller
Demographics, Political Power and Economic Growth pp. 349-65
Douglas Holtz-Eakin
Poverty, Demographic Characteristics and Public Policy in CIS Countries pp. 366-79
S Ehtisham Ahmad
Public Finance and Demographic Change: Some Macro- and Micro-implications: A Summary pp. 380-85
Robert Haveman

Volume 48, issue 3, 1993

Tax Shifting through Mobility in the Theory of Tax Incidence pp. 315-28
Jose Manuel Gonzalez-Paramo
Regulation and the Theory of Tax Incidence pp. 329-49
Ravi Batra and Hamid Beladi
Progressivity, Redistribution, and Equity, with Application to the British Tax and Benefit System pp. 350-65
Jean-Yves Duclos
General Equilibrium Effects of Taxation on Investment in a Developing Country: The Case of Pakistan pp. 366-86
Andrew Feltenstein and Anwar Shah
Taxation and Employment pp. 387-405
G M M Gelauff
Wagner's Law--A Spurious Relationship? pp. 406-15
Magnus Henrekson
Distortions in Risk Activity from a Lump Sum Tax pp. 416-21
Christopher R Petruzzi and Frank Elston
Joint Production and Taxation pp. 422-29
Vassilis Rapanos
A North-South Model of Taxation and Capital Flows pp. 430-47
Joel Slemrod
Optimal Fiscal Policy: Theory and Evidence pp. 448-69
Vinaya Swaroop

Volume 48, issue 2, 1993

Multiproduct Clubs: Membership and Sustainability pp. 153-70
Todd Sandler and John Tschirhart
Fiscal Policy and Interest-Sensitive Aggregate Supply with Price and Exchange Rate Expectations pp. 171-87
Hiroya Akiba
Government Budget Deficits and Interest Rates in the United States: Evidence for Closed and Open Systems Put into Perspective, 1955-1989 pp. 188-209
Richard Cebula and Willie J Belton
The Welfare Effects of Tax Reforms in a Life-Cycle Model: An Analytical Approach pp. 210-24
Stefan Felder
Public Economics and the Theory of Rationing pp. 225-42
Timothy Goodspeed and Robert M Schwab
The Intertemporal Government Budget Constraint: An Application for the Netherlands pp. 243-49
Jakob de Haan and Clemens L J Siermann
Neutral Ex Ante Income Taxation in the Presence of Adjustment Costs and Risk pp. 250-67
Kenneth McKenzie
Project Evaluation Rules for the Provision of Public Goods Reconsidered pp. 268-87
Atsushi Tsuneki
Optimal Taxation of Foreign Investment Income with International Altruism pp. 288-96
Lih-Jau Wang and Alfredo Pereira
Tax on Price: A Comment pp. 297-302
Michael Sumner
Tax on Price: A Response pp. 303-09
Mo-Yin Tam

Volume 48, issue 1, 1993

Exploring the Relationship between Social Security and the Latent Dimensions of Household Wealth pp. 1-9
Edward T Gullason, Bharat Kolluri and Michael J Panik
Discrimination in Punishment and Deterrence Effects pp. 10-18
Uri Ben-Zion, Seiichi Kawasaki and Uriel Spiegel
Financial Deregulation under Sector-Specific Unemployment: A General Equilibrium Analysis pp. 19-32
Chi-Chur Chao, Leonard F S Wang and Eden S H Yu
Taxation and Government Expenditures in a Life-Cycle Growth Model pp. 33-56
Firouz Gahvari
Carryforwards, Investment, and Debt pp. 57-66
Robert J Liebler
Coasian Resolutions of Two-Party Externalities: A Special Case of Bilateral Monopoly pp. 67-75
John Merrifield
Providing Public Good with Distortionary Taxes pp. 76-91
Kazuhiko Mikami
Further Evidence of Wagner's Law for Mexico: An Application of Cointegration Analysis pp. 92-96
N R Vasudeva Murthy
Share of Individual Income Tax in Government Revenue: An Intertemporal Multicountry Study pp. 97-109
Rati Ram
Decentralization and Changing Fiscal Rules in the Japanese Local Public Sector pp. 110-32
Paul Rothstein
On the Measurement of Sales Tax Incidence in the Presence of Transfers pp. 132-37
G C Ruggeri
Transfers and Tax Incidence Theory pp. 138-41
Edgar Browning
Tax Reform and the Progressivity of the Personal Income Tax in Canada--A Corrigendum pp. 142
D Van Wart and G C Ruggeri
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