User Charges and Social Equity

Tucker, Doug
April 1990
Social Alternatives;Apr90, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p47
Academic Journal
Makes observations about the consumption of natural resources. Question on who benefits from the consumption of a particular resource; Inquiry on the revenue raising practices of Brisbane, Australia; Inadequacy of costing systems in many local American governments; Design of a water tariff.


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