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University of Michigan Law School Faculty Bibliography: Rubinfeld, Daniel L. (1978-1982)

Biography

Bibliography

Books

  • Econometric Models and Economic Forecasts. 2nd ed. R. S. Pindyck, co-author. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1981.
  • The "Taking" of Land: When Should Compensation Be Paid?. L. E. Blume and P. Shapiro, co-authors. Ann Arbor: Institute of Public Policy Studies, University of Michigan, 1980.
  • The Distributional Impact of Statewide Property Tax Relief: The Michigan Case. M. J. Wolkoff, co-author. Ann Arbor: Institute of Public Policy Studies, University of Michigan, 1980.
  • Chi Liang Ching Chi Mo Hsing Chih She Chi Yu Ying Yung. R. S. Pindyck, co-author. Taipei, Taiwan: Chung-hua Shu Chu Ching Hsiao, Minko, 1980.
  • Essays on the Law and Economics of Local Governments. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute, 1979.

Book Chapters

  • "Why Voters Support Tax Limitation Amendments: The Michigan Case." P. N. Courant and E. M. Gramlich, co-authors. In Tax and Expenditure Limitations, edited by H. F. Ladd and T. N. Tideman. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press, 1981.
  • "The Stimulative Effects of Intergovernmental Grants: Or Why Money Sticks Where It Hits." P. N. Courant and E. M. Gramlich, co-authors. In Fiscal Federalism and Grants-in-Aid, edited by P. Mieszkowski and W. H. Oakland. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press , 1979.
  • "On Super-Rationality and the School Voting Process." In Collective Decision Making, edited by C. S. Russell. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1979.
  • "Judicial Approaches to Local Public Sector Equity: An Economic Analysis." In Current Issues in Urban Economics, edited by P. Mieszkowski and M. Straszheim. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1979.

Journal Articles

  • "What Do Tax Limitation Votes Mean?" P. N. Courant and E. M. Gramlich, co-authors. Law Quad. Notes 26 (1982): 24–9.
  • "Voting on Public Spending: Differences between Public Employees, Transfer Recipients, and Private Workers." E. M. Gramlich, co-author. J. Pol'y Analysis & Mgmt. 1 (1982): 516–33.
  • "Multiple Regression with a Qualitative Dependent Variable." J. Econ. & Bus. 34 (1982): 67–78.
  • "Micro-Estimates of Public Spending Demand Functions and Tests of Tiebout and Median-Voter Hypothesis." E. M. Gramlich, co-author. J. Pol. Econ. 90 (1982): 536–60.
  • "Micro-Based Estimates of Demand Functions for Local School Expenditures." T. C. Bergstrom and P. Shapiro, co-authors. Econometrica 50 ( 1982): 1183–205.
  • "The Dynamics of the Legal Process." L. E. Blume, co-author. J. Legal Stud. 11 (1982): 405–19.
  • "Why Voters Turn out for Tax Limitation Votes." E. M. Gramlich and D. A. Swift, co-authors. Nat'l Tax J. 34 (1981): 115–24.
  • "On the Welfare Effects of Tax Limitation." P. N. Courant, co-author. J. Pub. Econ. 16, no. 3 (1981): 289–316.
  • "Why Voters Support Tax Limitation Amendments: The Michigan Case." Nat'l Tax J. 33 (1980): 1–20.
  • "On the Economies of Voter Turnout in Local School Elections." Pub. Choice 35, no. 3 (1980): 315–31.
  • "Public Employee Market Power and the Level of Government Spending." P. N. Courant and E. M. Gramlich, co-authors. Am. Econ. Rev. 69 (1979): 806–17.
  • "The Judicial Pursuit of Fiscal Equity." R. P. Inman, co-author. Harv. L. Rev. 92 (1979): 1662–750.
  • "The Distribution of Benefits from Improvements in Urban Air Quality." J. Envtl. Econ. & Mgmt. 5 (1978): 313–32.