RICHARD E. WAGNER
PFM, Vol. 12 No. 3, (2012)
This symposium contains six papers that treat aspects of the relationship between democracy and public finance. In light of the wide range of state activity these days, the topic of this symposium is understandably broad in scope and yet incomplete in its coverage. Each paper covers a significant aspect of the relationship between democracy and public finance, and the symposium as a whole opens into numerous topics for further research.
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