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Public Finance and Management is an international interdisciplinary journal devoted to increasing knowledge of public finance and administration through policy analysis, empirical research, and theoretical inquiry. All submissions will be subject to double-blind peer review.

Editor: M. Peter van der Hoek

2015 Articles

Vol. 15, No. 1

Breaking up is hard to do: the costs of de-amalgamation of the Delatite Shire Council by JOSEPH DREW and BRIAN DOLLERY

The impact of demand factors on the supply of local public services in Estonian municipalities by JANNO REILJAN, AIVO ÜLPER and TARMO PUOLOKAINEN

Estimating the elasticity of personal income tax to gross earnings from income tax statements in Greece: implications for tax buoyancy by ATHANASIOS O. TAGKALAKIS

Post-disaster local infrastructure reconstruction finance: a comparative analysis of policy intervention in the Japanese earthquake and Queensland flood disasters by SIMONE V. DE SOUZA, YUKIO KINOSHITA and BRIAN DOLLERY

Book review of THE APPRENTICE ECONOMIST: SEVEN STEPS TO MASTERY by RUDOLPH G. PENNER

Vol. 15, No. 2

Determinants of debt burdens: evidence from California counties by JANEY QIAN WANG and KENNETH A. KRIZ

Indonesia’s fiscal decentralization and its effect on provincial public finances by JAN SEIFERT and HUI LI

Complex benchmarking and efficiency measurement of public agencies: the case of Estonian rescue service brigades by JANNO REILJAN, TARMO PUOLOKAINEN and AIVO ÜLPER

Debt centralization and soft budget constraint by ZHIYONG AN and ZHIWEI CHONG

Book review of PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND ITS EMERGING ARCHI-TECTURE by KATHERINE G. WILLOUGHBY

Vol. 15, No. 3

Shifting away from democracy -- Hungary’s U-turn by JÁNOS KORNAI

Debt burden and perceived sovereign de-fault risk: evidence from credit default swaps by KENNETH A. KRIZ, QIUSHI WANG and SIKARN ISSARACHAIYOS

SYMPOSIUM ON THE PUBLIC FINANCE AFTER THE CRISIS: EUROPE. Introduction to the symposium by PETER CLAEYS and CHANG WOON NAM

SYMPOSIUM ON THE PUBLIC FINANCE AFTER THE CRISIS: EUROPE. Implications of the new public debt rule in the ‘fiscal compact’ for the Economic and Monetary Union by SÉVERINE MENGUY

SYMPOSIUM ON THE PUBLIC FINANCE AFTER THE CRISIS: EUROPE. Public finance systems for coping with the crises: lessons from the three Baltic States by NICO GROENENDIJK and ANNIKA JAANSOO

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