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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Canadian Economics Association

Volume 33, Number 4, November 2000

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Can the theory of incentives explain decentralization?
pp. 878-906(29)
Author: Poitevin, Michel

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Dynamics of income distribution
pp. 937-961(25)
Authors: Li, Hongyi; Xie, Danyang; Zou, Heng-Fu

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Aggregate spillovers magnify the welfare benefits of tax reform
pp. 962-980(19)
Authors: Knoop, Todd A.; Matheny, Kenneth J.

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Needs-based health care funding: implications for resource distribution in Ontario
pp. 981-1008(28)
Authors: Bedard, Kelly; Dorland, John; Gregory, Allan W.; Roberts, Joanne

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Coordination, matching, and wages
pp. 1009-1033(25)
Authors: Cao, Melanie; Shi, Shouyong

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A model of substitution of non-tariff barriers for tariffs
pp. 1069-1090(22)
Author: Yu, Zhihao

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Linear Pigovian taxes and the optimal size of a polluting industry
pp. 1106-1119(14)
Authors: McKitrick, Ross; Collinge, Robert A.

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News of the Association
pp. 1120-1125(6)

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Index
pp. 1126-1129(4)

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