THE DIRECT AND INDIRECT EFFECTS OF POPULATION GROWTH ON HOMEOWNER PROPERTY TAXES

A model for estimating the direct and indirect affects of population growth on property taxes is fit to data for Oregon counties. Results suggest that increases in population did lead to increases in homeowner property taxes in the mid-1970s, primarily through the effect of population on assessed values.


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Issue Date:
1981-07
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Conference Paper/ Presentation
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https://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/279348
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English
Total Pages:
13




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