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Cullis & Jones: Public Finance and Public Choice 3e

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There is a wealth of statistical information and up-to-date policy initiatives to be found on the World Wide Web. The following list offers an introduction to this source of information.

Association for Public Economic Theory:
www.vanderbilt.edu/Econ/jpconley/APET.htm

Institute for Fiscal Studies:
www.ifs.org.uk

Institute for Public Policy Research:
www.ippr.org.uk

International Association for Research in Economic Psychology:
www.iarep.org

International Institute of Public Finance;
www.iipf.net

International Monetary Fund:
www.imf.org

National Bureau of Economic Research papers:
www.nber.org/papersbyprog/PE.html

National Tax Association:
www.ntanet.org

Office of National Statistics:
www.ons.gov.uk

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development:
www.oecd.org

Public Choice Society:
www.pubchoicesoc.org

Research Papers in Economics (RePEec)
www.repec.org

Society for Social Choice and Welfare:
www.unicaen.fr/mrsh/scw/index.php

Society for the Advancement of Behavorial Economics:
www.sabeonline.org

UK National Statistics:
www.statistics.gov.uk