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Economics (ECON) Graduate Courses Listing - Fiscal Federalism

Economics 5279 Fiscal Federalism
The economics of multi-level government finance with theoretical and policy approaches emphasizing the Canadian federation. The economic rationale for a federal system, the Tiebout Model, the division of powers, centralization and decentralization, public goods and taxation in a federal system. Particular attention will be paid to the system of federal-provincial grants and transfers.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0