Annual Reports

Congress Should End the Economic War Among the States: References and Suggested Readings

Published January 1, 1995

Brown, Ernest J. 1957. The Open Economy: Justice Frankfurter and the Position of the Judiciary. Yale Law Journal, Vol. 67: 219.

Cohen, William. 1985. Federalism in Equality Clothing: A Comment on Metropolitan Life Insurance Company v. Ward. Stanford Law Review, Vol. 38: 1.

Frankfurter, Felix. 1937. The Commerce Clause Under Marshall, Taney and White. Quadrangle Books: 1963.

Holmes, Thomas J. 1995. Analyzing a Proposal to Ban State Tax Breaks to Businesses. Quarterly Review. (Spring) Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.

Mathesian, Charles. 1994. Romancing the Smokestack. Governing (November): 36 38.

Samuelson, Paul A. 1954. The Pure Theory of Public Expenditures. Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 36, No. 4, (November): 387-89.

Schweke, William, Carl Rist, and Brian Dabson. 1994. Bidding for Business: Are Cities and States Selling Themselves Short? Corporation for Enterprise Development, Washington, D.C.

Taylor, Mark. 1994. A Proposal to Prohibit Industrial Relocation Subsidies. Texas Law Review, Vol. 72: 669 713.

Tiebout, Charles M. 1956. A Pure Theory of Local Expenditures. Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 64, No. 5, (October):416 24.


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