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This article provides an overview of what is known about the relationship between urban form and public finance. It reviews previous research in a way that integrates work from fields as disparate as public economics and urban design into a cohesive whole, and explains how to adapt traditional models of public finance to incorporate land use, and the kind of strategic interaction which local governments regularly engage in when making both spending and regulatory decisions. The article also describes a behavioral model of public finance.
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