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215 focus, but also stressed the importance of empiricism. However, her works are not often cited today, perhaps because the principles she espoused are so basic to the way public ﬁnance is nowadays taught that it is not considered necessary to cite references for them. JOYCE P. JACOBSEN Note 1. The author gratefully acknowledges the assistance provided by Frank and Catherine King. Bibliography Selected writings by Ursula Hicks (1938), The Finance of British Government, 1920–1936, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (1941), The Taxation of War Wealth (with J.R. Hicks and L. Rostas), Oxford: Clarendon Press. (1943), ‘Standards of local expenditure: a problem of the inequality of incomes’ (with J.R. Hicks), National Institute of Economic and Social Research Occasional Paper no. 3, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (1944), ‘The problem of valuation for rating’ (with J.R. Hicks and C.E.V. Leser),’ National Institute of Economic and Social Research Occasional Paper no. 7, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (1945), ‘The incidence of local rates in Great Britain’ (with J.R. Hicks), National Institute of Economic and Social Research Occasional Paper, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (1946), ‘The terminology of tax analysis’, Economic Journal, 56(221), March, 38–50. (1947), Public Finance, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (1954), British Public Finances: Their Structure and Development 1880–1952, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (1955), Report on Finance and Taxation in Jamaica (with J.R. Hicks), Kingston, Jamaica: Government Printer. (1961), Federalism and Economic Growth in Underdeveloped Countries: A Symposium (with F.G. Carnell, J.R. Hicks, W.T. Newlyn and A.H. Birch), London: George...
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