Tax Prices in a Democratic Polity: The Continuing Relevance of Antonio de Viti de Marco

@article{Eusepi2013TaxPI,
  title={Tax Prices in a Democratic Polity: The Continuing Relevance of Antonio de Viti de Marco},
  author={G. Eusepi and R. Wagner},
  journal={History of Political Economy},
  year={2013},
  volume={45},
  pages={99-121}
}
While Antonio de Viti de Marco was a significant figure within the Italian school of public finance that flourished between 1880 and 1940, his theoretical framework also has relevance today. Contemporary theory largely adopts a sequential framework where states act to modify previously established market outcomes. In contrast, de Viti worked with a framework where political and market outcomes were established simultaneously because he regarded the state as an essential productive factor within… Expand
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