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Donor optimization and the food stamp program

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The authors are members of the Department of Economics, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Kenneth Lehn was an important contributor to Section IV.

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Fred Giertz, J., Sullivan, D.H. Donor optimization and the food stamp program. Public Choice 29, 19–35 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01718560

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Keywords

  • Public Finance
  • Food Stamp
  • Food Stamp Program
  • Donor Optimization