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1 Government Nontax Revenues 1 (1968)

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TAX FOUNDATION'S
DECEMBER 1968
GOVERnMLNT NONTAX REVENUES
These references have been selected from the literature assembled in
connection with the preparation of Tax Foundation's study, Nontax Revenues.
Material in this bibliography is grouped on the basis
of the primary emphasis of each citation into the
following four categories:
I. General Discussions and Descriptions
II. Problems in the Pricing of Public Goods and Services
III. Interest and Other Miscellaneous Revenue
IV. Revenue Aspects.
I. General Discussions and Descriptions
Boyle, Gerald J. Use of Service Charges in Local Government. Studies
in Business Economics No. 68. New York: National Industrial
Conference Board, Inc., 1960. 56pp.
General discussion of government charges, including historical
material. Considers charges in relationship to revenue, debt, and
associated expenditures.
Mangum, Garth L. Benefit Principle: Unexploited Source of Municipal
Revenues and Investment Decisions, Municipal Finance, Vol. 34, No. 3,
February, 1962, pp. 125-136.
Reviews benefit principle in its application to city finance.
Particular attention given to pricing of municipally provided water
power, sewage disposal, and trash disposal.
Robinson, Warren C. Benefits Received Financing in Federal Fiscal System,
National Tax Journal, Vol. 17, No. 3, September 1964, pp. 241-252.
Discusses Federal pricing of goods and services, from both
theoretical and practical viewpoint. Brief history of Federal pricing
policies.
Vandermeulen, Alice John. California's Fee and License Structure:
1964. Sacramento: Assembly Interim Committee on Revenue and
Taxation, June 1964. 77pp.
Exhaustive study of state's fees. Includes theoretical
background plus minutely detailed list of fees, with basis for
charges and amount collected in fiscal 1963.
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