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Fiscal zoning and sales taxes
|Statement||Daria Burnes, David Neumark, Michelle J. White|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper 16932, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 16932.|
|Contributions||Neumark, David, White, Michelle J., National Bureau of Economic Research|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011657163|
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Abstract: Fiscal zoning is the practice of using local land-use regulation to preserve and possibly enhance the local property tax base. fiscal zoning, but it alternately may occur because the positive effect of fiscal zoning on retail employment is fully offset by the dampening effect of higher sales tax rates on consumer demand.
3 More consistent with the fiscal zoning hypothesis, we find that higher. Fiscal Zoning and Sales Taxes: Do Higher Sales Taxes Lead to More Retailing and Less Manufacturing. Daria Burnes, David Neumark, and Michelle J. White NBER Working Paper No.
AprilRevised December JEL No. H71,J2,R52 ABSTRACT We test the hypothesis that local government officials in jurisdictions that have higher local sales. Fiscal Zoning and Sales Taxes: ¸˛Do Higher Sales Taxes Lead to More Retailing and Less Manufacturing. Daria Burnes, David Neumark, and Michelle J.
White NBER Working Paper No. AprilRevised February JEL No. H71,J2,R52 ABSTRACT We test the hypothesis that local government officials in jurisdictions that have higher local sales.
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[Daria Burnes; David Neumark; Michelle J White; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- We test the hypothesis that local government officials in jurisdictions that have higher local sales taxes are more likely to use fiscal zoning to encourage retailing.
Abstract. Fiscal zoning is the practice of using local land-use regulation to preserve and possibly enhance the local property tax base. Economists agree that if localities can conduct "perfect zoning," which effectively makes all real estate development decisions subject to a review that balances its benefits and costs to the community, then the local property tax can be converted into a Cited by: 2.
Fiscal Zoning, Sales Taxes, and Employment: Do Higher Sales Taxes Lead to More Jobs in Retailing and Fewer Jobs in Manufacturing. Many U.S. states allow local governments to levy sales taxes that add to the state sales tax. Local governments are then able to. The conventional view of fiscal zoning is that communities only make land use accommodations to Nuisance Entities who generate enough fiscal benefits to compensate for their other undesirable traits.
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