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  • ISBN 0771406185
  • ISBN13 978-0771406188
  • Language English
  • Author Hans-Werner Sinn
  • Publisher Dept. of Economics, University of Western Ontario (1985)
  • Pages 47
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Sinn, Hans-Werner, 1986. Hans-Werner Sinn, 1985.

Sinn, Hans-Werner, 1986. Vacant land and the role of government intervention," Munich Reprints in Economics 19877, University of Munich, Department of Economics. Handle: RePEc:lmu:muenar:19877. Vacant Land and the Role of Government Intervention," UWO Department of Economics Working Papers 8515, University of Western Ontario, Department of Economics. RePEc uses bibliographic data supplied by the respective publishers.

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The basic result is that vacant land is not in itself a sign of market inefficiency. On the one hand, it may be an efficiency requirement if housing investment is irreversible and rental demand is growing sufficiently fast

He serves on the German economy ministry’s advisory council.

He serves on the German economy ministry’s advisory council. He is Professor emeritus of Economics and Public Finance at the University of Munich. After studying economics at the University of Münster from 1967 to 1972 and receiving his doctorate from the University of Mannheim in 1978, Sinn was awarded the venia legendi in 1983, also from the University of Mannheim.

Monetary policy has lost its effectiveness in the last crisis. For this reason, some economists argue that the central bank should increase its clout by distributing helicopter money, transferring money to all its citizens to be used at their own discretion. Many individual governments have already taken action, and several official international bodies have also been active in considering reform. Reform proposals have taken two forms  .

Economics and Public Finance. Media reports on Hans-Werner Sinn. Reactions to the farewell. Vacant Land and the Role of Government Intervention", Regional Science and Urban Economics 16, 1986, pp. 353-385; (Download, . 2 MB). "Common Property Resources, Storage Facilities and Ownership Structures: A Cournot Model of the Oil Market", Economica 51, 1984, pp. 235-252; (Download, 364 KB). Articles in other refereed journals.

Corruption and Government Intervention in the Marketplace. Political corruption, clearly, is found everywhere around the world and people, regardless of where they live, do not expect it to go away anytime soon. Yet, in spite of its global dimension, corruption pervades some parts of the world more than others, and permeates certain corners of society to a greater degree.

Hans-Werner Sinn is Professor of Economics and Public Finance at the University . They address the evolving role of government and the welfare state, the interaction between taxation and markets, the future o. .

Hans-Werner Sinn is Professor of Economics and Public Finance at the University of Munich and President of the CESIfo Group. He belongs to the intellectual tradition that views government as an instrument that can be used to correct market failure and to establish the society that people want. They address the evolving role of government and the welfare state, the interaction between taxation and markets, the future of pension and health care systems, and international tax issues and fiscal federalism. The Economic Unification of Germany. Gerlinde Sinn and Hans-Werner Sinn 1993.

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