Shopping for Subsidies: How Wal-Mart Uses Taxpayer Money

Posted: 25 Jun 2004  

Philip Mattera

Good Jobs First

Anna Purinton

Good Jobs First

Abstract

The authors look at the incentives that state and local governments have given to Wal-Mart; they uncover at least $1 billion in subsidies. Wal-Mart should not get government subsidies, the authors suggest.

Suggested Citation

Mattera, Philip and Purinton, Anna, Shopping for Subsidies: How Wal-Mart Uses Taxpayer Money. State Tax Notes, Vol. 32, No. 13, June 28, 2004. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=559488

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