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Peter Calcagno
Peter Calcagno
Professor of Economics, College of Charleston
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Determinants of the probability and timing of commercial casino legalization in the United States
PT Calcagno, DM Walker, JD Jackson
Public Choice 142, 69-90, 2010
982010
Regulatory costs on entrepreneurship and establishment employment size
PT Calcagno, RS Sobel
Small Business Economics 42, 541-559, 2014
852014
Corruption and voter participation: Evidence from the US states
M Escaleras, PT Calcagno, WF Shughart
Public Finance Review 40 (6), 789-815, 2012
612012
Party alternation, divided government, and fiscal performance within US states
PT Calcagno, M Escaleras
Economics of Governance 8, 111-128, 2007
432007
An institutional analysis of voter turnout: the role of primary type and the expressive and instrumental voting hypotheses
PT Calcagno, C Westley
Constitutional Political Economy 19, 94-110, 2008
342008
Casinos and political corruption in the United States: A Granger causality analysis
DM Walker, PT Calcagno
Applied Economics 45 (34), 4781-4795, 2013
322013
State economic incentives: Stimulus or reallocation?
PT Calcagno, H Thompson
Public Finance Review 32 (6), 651-665, 2004
322004
Political Action Committee spending and Senate roll call voting
PT Calcagno, JD Jackson
Public Choice 97 (4), 569-585, 1998
281998
RESTRUCTURING BEFORE PRIVATIZATION--PUTTING THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE: A CASE STUDY OF THE STEEL INDUSTRY IN ROMANIA.
PT Calcagno, F Hefner, M Dan
Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics 9 (1), 2006
252006
Targeted economic incentives: An analysis of state fiscal policy and regulatory conditions
P Calcagno, FL Hefner
Mercatus Working Paper, 2018
232018
Divided we vote
PT Calcagno, EJ Lopez
Public Choice 151, 517-536, 2012
212012
Informal norms trump formal constraints: the evolution of fiscal policy institutions in the United States
PT Calcagno, EJ Lopez
Journal of Institutional Economics 13 (1), 211-242, 2017
192017
Does the gubernatorial term limit type affect state government expenditures?
MP Escaleras, PT Calcagno
Public Finance Review 37 (5), 572-595, 2009
182009
Primary election systems and candidate deviation
C Westley, PT Calcagno, R Ault
Eastern Economic Journal 30 (3), 365-376, 2004
182004
Economic freedom, the cost of public borrowing, and state bond ratings
PT Calcagno, JD Benefield
Journal of Financial Economic Policy 5 (1), 72-85, 2013
172013
The gender wage gap: an analysis of US congressional staff members
PT Calcagno, MM Montgomery
Public Choice 188 (1), 183-201, 2021
142021
Does fiscal decentralization affect infrastructure quality? An examination of US states
M Escaleras, PT Calcagno
Contemporary Economic Policy 36 (2), 410-422, 2018
112018
A review of regulatory theory and the US casino industry
PT Calcagno, DM Walker
The Journal of Gambling Business and Economics 10 (1), 14-39, 2016
112016
State Targeting of Business Investment: Does Targeting Increase Corporate Tax Revenue?
PT Calcagno, FL Hefner
Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 37 (2), 2007
82007
South Carolina’s tax incentives: Costly, inefficient and distortionary
PT Calcagno, F Hefner
Ch 7, 131-47, 2009
72009
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