4/18/2008 Tax Instrument (All taxes don't work efficiently in the small community) Base Rate Structure Evaluate in terms of Incidence Excess Burden Avoidability Income Elasticity Who pays the property tax? Depends -Netzer's regressive: Person who own
4/16/2008 Match up policy jurisdictuion of optimal level of prviding service Gov access to source of revenue->Tax instrument
Tax Instrument Defined by: Base Rate Structure Evaluated in terms of Incidence-who actually pays for? Excess
4.25. 2008 Japan U.S. Lower Density Less Mass Transit More "Sprawl" More Home Ownership Higher Employment More Crime More "core" Abandonment More Diversity More Big Boy Retail U.S. has more spaces, resources, characteristics of people, etc. Navolia s
4.23.2008 Can I analytically criticize the government's construction that it's not reasonable? What would be the consequences what will determine?
EducationLabor MarketsIncomesNeighborhood in which they liveTax Base that community experienceEducatio
4/21/2008 IF we look at boundaries of central city, city limits has not changed for century but urban areas, concen but decentralization; Ppl moving to rural to central but building out to fringes. So metropolitian is larger. Employment also decentra