Equilibrium in a system of communities with local public goods. A diagrammatic exposition

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Equilibrium community configurations are analysed using a simple model where a community's public good output is chosen by majority voting and financed by a head tax. Examples which contradict the Tiebout hypothesis are presented. © 1979.

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Brueckner, J. K. (1979). Equilibrium in a system of communities with local public goods. A diagrammatic exposition. Economics Letters, 2(4), 387–393. https://doi.org/10.1016/0165-1765(79)90055-7

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