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City taxes, city spending: Essays in honor of Dick Netzer
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Amy Ellen Schwartz. The themes are important, the analysts are well known and well qualified, their analyses are carefully done and insightful, and the writing is concise but usually accessible to non experts. Dick Netzer's detailed, practical scholarship has inspired a generation of economists to study local governments and nonprofit artistic institutions in the hope of improving public policy. This book is a fine tribute, sure to stimulate further controversy, unlikely to settle many issues, but useful to policy makers and scholars alike.