Fiscal competition and regional differentiation

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Justman, Moshe; Thisse, Jacques-François; Van Ypersele, Tanguy;
  • Subject: Infrastructure | Regional development | fiscal competition, regional development, infrastructure, horizontal differentiation | Fiscal competition | Horizontal differentiation
    • jel: jel:H73 | jel:O38 | jel:R12 | jel:R58

Regions can benefit by offering infrastructure services that are differentiated. Competition between regions over potential investors is then less direct, allowing them to realize greater benefits from external investors. The two polar cases of full and incomplete infor... View more
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