The Tiebout hypothesis is an important hypothesis in the local government economics literatüre and suggests that, under certain assumptions, the individuals would move to the local public goods producer unit, which best reflects the preferences of individuals fort he public goods and taxes. The study provides a theoretical framework fort he Tiebout hypothesis, and focuses on the first empirical analysis of Oates in 1969 to prove the existence of fiscal thoughts in internal migration in the context of the Tiebout hypothesis. The study shows that in the literatüre after first study of Oates in 1969, the issue remains important fort he local government economics by providing new evidence that the level of tax and public property has an impact on real estate values. Many studies following Oates conclude that fiscal thoughts have had an impact on internal migration. Moreover, in terms of Tiebout hypothesis, the empirical studies also are mentioned conducted in private of Turkey. So it is concluded that the Tiebout hypothesis and the effect of fiscal thoughts on internal migration can also be inferred fort he unitary states. A few special studies conducted in Turkey, even in the unitary states agree on the results of fiscal thoughts to be effective in internal migration.
Tiebout hypothesis, Internal migration, Fiscal thoughts, Local government economics.
|Author :||Berkan KARAGÖZ|
|Number of pages:||190-199|