An economic study of some location-specific services and regulations in Sydney

Ian Geoffrey Manning
This thesis is about the distributional effects of the government management of location-specific services in a metropolitan area residentially segregated by income. It is particularly concerned with the provision of area services (education, health services, local government services) and public transport in Sydney. It examines the apportionment of location-specific charges, taxes and expenditures between suburbs, and also the relative accessibility of public and other services from the various suburbs. It is argued that 1. The...
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