|Social Goods||Lindahl||Mause I 276
Social Goods/Taxes/Lindahl: because of the principle of equivalence (which requires that every tax be legitimized by a benefit for the citizens on the expenditure side), Lindahl proposed individualized taxes as early as 1919, which are oriented towards the individual marginal benefit from the consumption of public goods. VsLindahl: Problem: then one comes back to the Samuelson condition and the problem that the value of the public property cannot be determined because of the undetermined number of free riders. See Social Goods/Samuelson. (See also VsSamuelson).
Solutions: See Social Goods/Tullock, Social Goods/Buchanan.
Just Taxation - A Positive Solution in: R. A. Musgrave et al. (eds.), Classics in the Theory of Public Finance, International Economic Association 1958
Die Gerechtigkeit der Besteuerung Lund 1919
Politik und Wirtschaft: Ein integratives Kompendium Wiesbaden 2018