UN-CONSTITUTIONALITY OF REAL PROPERTY TAXATION AND LOCATION INCENTIVES, AND SOME ASSOCIATED ECONOMIC EFFECTSDownload This Article
This article shows that the present regime of real property taxation and location incentives are inherently unconstitutional. The analysis in this article pertains to US state/local laws/regulations governing tax assessment, tax collection, tax foreclosures and incentives offered to firms to relocate to states (although much of it is applicable in most common law jurisdictions.
Keywords: Constitutional Law, Real Property Taxation, Urban Economics, Location Incentives, Macro-Economics
How to cite this paper: Nwogugu, M. (2008). Un-constitutionality of real property taxation and location incentives, and some associated economic effects. Corporate Ownership & Control, 5(3-3), 390-399. http://doi.org/10.22495/cocv5i3c3p6