Walter Hettich

California State University, Fullerton - Department of Economics

Fullerton, CA 92834

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

8

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1,006

SSRN CITATIONS

4

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6

Scholarly Papers (8)

1.

The Political Economy of Taxation: Positive and Normative Analysis When Collective Choice Matters

Carleton University, Economic Working Paper No. 02-11
Number of pages: 32 Posted: 25 Jun 2003
Stanley L. Winer and Walter Hettich
Carleton University - School of Public Policy and Administration and California State University, Fullerton - Department of Economics
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taxation, revenue structure, collective choice, democratic process, optimal tax

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Political Regimes, Institutions and the Nature of Tax Systems

Number of pages: 33 Posted: 22 Apr 2010
Stanley L. Winer, Lawrence W. Kenny and Walter Hettich
Carleton University - School of Public Policy and Administration, University of Florida - Warrington College of Business Administration - Department of Economics and California State University, Fullerton - Department of Economics
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tax structure, political regimes and institutions, political equilibria

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Regulation and Taxation: Analyzing Policy Interdependence

Number of pages: 31 Posted: 07 Nov 2005
Walter Hettich and Stanley L. Winer
California State University, Fullerton - Department of Economics and Carleton University - School of Public Policy and Administration
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regulation, taxation, policy interdependence, political advertising, efficiency of political equilibrium

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Social Welfare and Coercion in Public Finance

CESifo Working Paper Series No. 2482
Number of pages: 50 Posted: 08 Dec 2008
Stanley L. Winer, George Tridimas and Walter Hettich
Carleton University - School of Public Policy and Administration, University of Ulster - School of Economics and California State University, Fullerton - Department of Economics
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coercion, redistribution, social planning, optimal fiscal policy, marginal cost of funds, public goods, collective choice

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Consumption Versus Income Taxation: Three Moments in the Political Economy of Fiscal Choice

Public Finance and Management, Symposium on Heterogeneity and Public Policy, Vol. 9, Nos. 2/3, 2009
Number of pages: 50 Posted: 21 Apr 2010
Stanley L. Winer, George Warskett and Walter Hettich
Carleton University - School of Public Policy and Administration, affiliation not provided to SSRN and California State University, Fullerton - Department of Economics
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tax structure, moments of key distributions, political equilibria

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Social Welfare and Collective Goods Coercion in Public Economics

Posted: 28 Mar 2007
Stanley L. Winer, George Tridimas and Walter Hettich
Carleton University - School of Public Policy and Administration, University of Ulster - School of Economics and California State University, Fullerton - Department of Economics

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Coercion, optimal linear income taxation, optimal commodity taxation, marginal cost of public funds, public goods, collective choice

What is Missed If We Leave Out Collective Choice in the Analysis of Taxation

Posted: 28 Jul 1998
Stanley L. Winer and Walter Hettich
Carleton University - School of Public Policy and Administration and California State University, Fullerton - Department of Economics

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What is Missed If We Leave Out Collective Choice in the Analysis of Taxation

Posted: 25 Aug 1998
Stanley L. Winer and Walter Hettich
Carleton University - School of Public Policy and Administration and California State University, Fullerton - Department of Economics

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The Complexity of Tax Structure in Competitive Political Systems

International Tax and Public Finance, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1998
Posted: 11 May 1998
George Warskett, Stanley L. Winer and Walter Hettich
affiliation not provided to SSRN, Carleton University - School of Public Policy and Administration and California State University, Fullerton - Department of Economics

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