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Public Finance and Public Policy

Jonathan Gruber

  • PART I Introduction and Background
  • 1 Why Study Public Finance?
  • 2 Theoretical Tools of Public Finance
    • Competitive Market - Market Forces module
    • Competitive Market - Efficiency module (coming soon!)
  • 3 Empirical Tools of Public Finance
  • 4 Budget Analysis and Deficit Financing
    • Interest Rates + Inflation
  • PART II Externalities and Public Goods
  • 5 Externalities: Problems and Solutions
    • Externalities (Judge me not)
    • Externalities w/ Policy Interventions
  • 6 Externalities in Action: Environmental and Health Externalities
  • 7 Public Goods
    • Public Goods: Linear
    • Public Goods: Discrete
    • Public Goods: Punishments & Rewards
  • 8 Cost-Benefit Analysis
  • 9 Political Economy
    • Two-Candidate Election
    • Voter Paradox (1 candidate)
    • Voter Paradox (2 candidates)
    • Lobbying: All-pay auction
  • 10 State and Local Government Expenditures
  • 11 Education
  • PART III Social Insurance and Redistribution
  • 12 Social Insurance: The New Function of Government
    • Insurance Market
    • Adverse Selection: Market for Lemons
  • 13 Social Security
  • 14 Unemployment Insurance, Disability Insurance, and Workers’ Compensation
  • 15 Health Insurance I: Health Economics and Private Health Insurance
  • 16 Health Insurance II: Medicare, Medicaid, and Health Care Reform
  • 17 Income Distribution and Welfare Programs
  • PART IV Taxation in Theory and Practice
  • 18 Taxation: How It Works and What It Means
  • 19 The Equity Implications of Taxation: Tax Incidence
    • Competitive Market: Taxes Module
  • 20 Tax Inefficiencies and Their Implications for Optimal Taxation
  • 21 Taxes on Labor Supply
  • 22 Taxes on Savings
  • 23 Taxes on Risk Taking and Wealth
  • 24 Taxation of Business Income
  • 25 Fundamental Tax Reform and Consumption Taxation