Essays on the allocation of local public goods [electronic resource]
- Simon Ejdemyr.
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- Ejdemyr, Simon.
- Rodden, Jonathan, primary advisor.
- Nall, Clayton, advisor.
- Rivers, Douglas, 1956- advisor.
- Stanford University. Department of Political Science.
- How does socio-economic status influence the distribution of local public goods? This dissertation shows that local governments systematically under-allocate public services and education resources to poor constituents. It also shows that the electoral incentives of local politicians shape such service provision.
- Publication date
- Submitted to the Department of Political Science.
- Thesis (Ph.D.)--Stanford University, 2017.
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