The Politics and Economics of Regional Transfers
Fabio Padovano ()
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Which programmes of income redistribution across jurisdictions are likely to be chosen in democratic countries and why? How does the degree of government centralization affect these choices? How does redistribution of income across regions interact with the migration of factors of production? Do these processes reinforce or do they obstruct each other, and why? This book tries to answer these questions and others related to the issue of income redistribution across states and regions.
Keywords: Economics and Finance; Urban and Regional Studies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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