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Public goods and income distribution / by Henry Aaron and Martin McGuire
Bib ID 4276283
Format BookBook
Author
Aaron, Henry J
 
Description Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution, 1971 
p. 907-920 ; 23 cm. 
Series

Reprint (Brookings Institution) ; 202.

Notes

Cover title.

Reprinted from Econometrica, vol. 38, no. 6 (November 1970).

Subjects Expenditures, Public -- Mathematical models.
Other authors/contributors McGuire, Martin, joint author  |  Brookings Institution

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