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Dick Netzer, a leading public finance economist specializing in state and local issues and urban government, brings together in this comprehensive volume essays by top scholars connecting the property tax with land use. They explore the idea that the property tax is used as a partial substitute for land use regulation and other policies designed to affect how land is utilized. Like many economists, the contributors see some type of property taxation as the more efficient means of helping to shape land use. Some of the essays analyze a conventional property tax, while others consider radically different systems of property taxation.
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The non-profit organizational structure is essential to the cultural sector, although this importance varies across different countries. It is especially vital in the USA, where the historic direct role of government in financing arts and culture has been limited. The essential characteristics of non-profit firms are identified, and important variations across different countries, including how they are distinct from the state, are identified. Important challenges facing non-profit managers are also identified, and the some of the effects on organizational behaviour of having to rely upon a large variety of funding sources are discussed. Statistical descriptions of the non-profit sector in the USA, including performing arts organizations and museums, along with narrower descriptions focused on art museums are provided, and where possible, comparisons are made over time, and internationally.

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