Essays on Unintended Effects of Government Policies

@inproceedings{Goodman2018EssaysOU,
  title={Essays on Unintended Effects of Government Policies},
  author={Lucas William Goodman},
  year={2018}
}
Title of dissertation: ESSAYS ON UNINTENDED EFFECTS OF GOVERNMENT POLICY Lucas William Goodman Doctor of Philosophy, 2018 Dissertation directed by: Professor Melissa Kearney Department of Economics Public finance economics is often concerned with the “unintended consequences” of government policies, as an evaluation of these unintended effects is required to obtain a complete picture of the efficacy of a given policy. In my dissertation, I study three government policies, along with their… CONTINUE READING

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