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Cover: Institutional Foundations of Public Finance: Economic and Legal PerspectivesInstitutional Foundations of Public Finance: Economic and Legal PerspectivesAuerbach, Alan J.
Shaviro, Daniel N.
HARDCOVER01/15/2009$70.50
Cover: The Ideologies of TaxationThe Ideologies of TaxationEisenstein, LouisPAPERBACK04/30/2010$38.00
Cover: American Tax ResistersAmerican Tax ResistersHuret, Romain D.HARDCOVER04/15/2014$40.00
Cover: Does Atlas Shrug?: The Economic Consequences of Taxing the RichDoes Atlas Shrug?: The Economic Consequences of Taxing the RichSlemrod, Joel B.PAPERBACK03/30/2002$50.00
Cover: Land Taxation in Imperial China, 1750–1911Land Taxation in Imperial China, 1750–1911Wang, Yeh-chienE-DITION01/01/1974$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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