Land Rent, Taxation and Public Policy: Taxation and the Functions of Urban Land Rent

by Mason Gaffney

Scholarly article, 1973

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Gaffney, Mason. “Land Rent, Taxation and Public Policy: Taxation and the Functions of Urban Land Rent.” The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, vol. 32, no. 1, 1973, pp. 17–34, https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1536-7150.1973.tb02177.x.

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Land Rent, Taxation, and Public Policy: The Sources, Nature and Functions of Urban Land Rent
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Abstract supplied by Wiley Publishing: Based on a paper delivered at the 15th annual meeting of the Regional Science Association, Cambridge, Mass., November 9, 1968. Portions of die study appear in Papers of the Regional Science Association; thanks are due the editor for permission to reprint. This
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article continues the discussion in my previous paper: “Land Rent, Taxation, and Public Policy: The Sources, Nature and Functions of Urban Land Rent,”Am, J. Econ. Sociol., 31 (July, 1972).
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