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Is there a consensus in economics about public housing?

Found a couple on the internet which I didn't read. If you think they're of no use, let me know and I'll take down the answer. Does public housing reduce housing cost burden among low-income families ...
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Why is a cash expense deducted but an expense in-kind not?

Two possible reasons for treating these cases differently are: It is much more straightforward to evidence a cash expense. Allowing deductions for billable hours forgone could easily lead to ...
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Are all allocations on UPF pareto optimal?

Consider a 2-consumer, 2-goods pure-exchange economy: $<(u_A:\mathbb{R}^2_+\rightarrow\mathbb{R},(\omega^X_A,\omega^Y_A)), (u_B:\mathbb{R}^2_+\rightarrow\mathbb{R}, (\omega^X_B,\omega^Y_B))>$ ...
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Why is a cash expense deducted but an expense in-kind not?

It is primarily because the the cost of building the website by yourself is unverifiable private information. Government can easily observe how much you paid for external work from accounting but not ...
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