Coercion and Social Welfare in Public Finance: Economic and Political Dimensions. 2014. Cambridge University Press. Co-edited with Jorge Martinez-Vazquez.

(You can download the first part of the Introduction to the book as a Kindle sample. See also the Winer/Tridimas/Hettich chapter on “Social Welfare and Coercion in Public Finance”).

Internal Migration and Public Policy in Canada: An Empirical Study. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2012 (with Kathleen Day).

  • Awarded the Purvis Memorial Prize for 2013 from the Canadian Economics Society.

Political Economy and Public Finance: The Role of Political Economy in the Theory and Practice of Public Economics.Edward Elgar Publishing 2002. Co-edited with Hirofumi Shibata.

Political Economy in Federal States: Selected Essays of Stanley L. Winer. Edward Elgar Publishing 2002.

Democratic Choice and Taxation: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis.Cambridge University Press, 1999 (with Walter Hettich). Paperback 2005. Cambridge Online eBook 2009. (Amazon here.)

Knocking on the Back Door: Canadian Perspectives on the Political Economy of Freer Trade with the United States. Halifax: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1987, 220 pages. Co-edited with Allan Maslove.

Internal Migration and Fiscal Structure: An Econometric Study of the Determinants of Inter-Provincial Migration in Canada.Ottawa: Economic Council of Canada, 1982, 98 pages (with Denis Gauthier).

Interprovincial Migration Data: A Supplement to “Internal Migration and Fiscal Structure, Economic Council of Canada, May 1982, 150 pages (with Denis Gauthier)].

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