Voting with Our Feet? Local Government “Services” and the Supposed Tiebout Effect | Mises Institute

The Tiebout Effect (“voting with your feet”) is supposed to provide a market solution that leads to a Pareto-Optimal equilibrium of local government “services.” Not so, writes Jim Fadako: It’s not you choosing the mix of service and tax rate; it’s the school system, or other governmental entity, making the choice for you.
— Read on mises.org/library/voting-our-feet-local-government-services-and-supposed-tiebout-effect

Illinois and California are losing citizens by the thousands.

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