PSEUDO-PUBLIC GOODS AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT : A Game Theoretic Model of Local Public Goods

@inproceedings{PADON1999PSEUDOPUBLICGA,
  title={PSEUDO-PUBLIC GOODS AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT : A Game Theoretic Model of Local Public Goods},
  author={ANDREW J. PADON},
  year={1999}
}
  • ANDREW J. PADON
  • Published 1999
In his 1956 article, “A Pure Theory of Local Expenditures,” Charles Tiebout introduced the foundation of what was to become the competitive market model of analyzing local government service provision and choice of residential location. This model has since served as the base of a large body of work describing and evaluating the impact of the actions and structure of local government. Recent philosophical and ideological trends in government have led to many services and amenities traditionally… CONTINUE READING

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