The Cambridge Elements in Public Economics series will provide authoritative and up-to-date reviews of core topics and recent developments in the field. The Elements will include state-of-the-art contributions on optimal taxation and tax policy, business taxation and risk taking, tax evasion and compliance, public finance and development, fiscal transfers in a multigovernment setting, public debt, and the main tasks of the government in relation to public goods, externalities, health, education and knowledge, pensions and social insurance, equity and redistribution, public investment and cost-benefit analysis, public enterprises, privatization and regulation. The editors are particularly interested in the new frontiers of quantitative methods in public economics, experimental approaches, behavioral public finance, empirical and theoretical analysis of the quality of government and institutions.
General Editors: Robin Boadway, Queen’s University, Ontario; Frank Cowell, London School of Economics and Political Science; Massimo Florio, Università degli Studi di Milano
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