This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.
Buy single article
Instant access to the full article PDF.
Price includes VAT for USA
Subscribe to journal
Immediate online access to all issues from 2019. Subscription will auto renew annually.
This is the net price. Taxes to be calculated in checkout.
Barsby, S.-L., and Cox, D. R. (1975). Interstate migration of the elderly. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.
Cebula, R. J. (1974a). Interstate migration and the Tiebout hypothesis: An analysis according to race, sex, and age. Journal of the American Statistical Association 69(Dec.): 876–879.
Cebula, R. J. (1974b). Local government policies and migration: An analysis for SMSA's in the United States, 1965–1970. Public Choice 19(Fall): 85–93.
Cebula, R. J. (1976). A note on non-white migration, welfare levels, and the political process. Public Choice 28(Winter): 117–119.
Cebula, R. J. (1977). An analysis of migration patterns and local government policy toward public education. Public Choice 33(Winter): 113–121.
Cebula, R. J. (1978). An empirical note on the Tiebout-Tullock hypothesis. Quarterly Journal of Economics 92(Nov.): 705–711.
Cebula, R. J. (1976b). The determinants of human migration. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.
Cebula, R. J., et al. (1973). Some determinants of black interstate migration, 1965–1970. Western Economic Journal 11(Dec.): 500–505.
Cebula, R. J., and Schaffer, B. K. (1975). Analysis of net interstate migration: Comment. Southern Economic Journal 41(April): 690–693.
DeJong, G. F., and Donnelly, W. L. (1973). Public welfare and migration. Social Science Quarterly 54(Sept.): 329–344.
Fields, G. S. (1976). Labor force migration, unemployment and job turnover. Review of Economics and Statistics 58(Nov.): 407–415.
Glantz, F. B. (1974). The determinants of the intermetropolitan migration of the poor. Annals of Regional Science 8(March): 25–39.
Greene, K. V. (1977). Spillovers, migration, and public school expenditures: The repetition of an experiment. Public Choice 29(Spring): 85–93.
Greenwood, M. J., and Anderson, E. J. (1974). A simultaneous-equations model of migration and economic change in rural areas: The case of the South. Review of Regional Studies 4(Winter): 37–47.
Kau, J. B., and Sirmans, C. F. (1976). New, repeat, and return migration: A study of migrant types. Southern Economic Journal 43(Oct.): 1144–1148.
Kleiner, M., and McWilliams, W. (1977). An analysis of alternative labor force population forecasting models. Annals of Regional Science 11(July): 74–85.
Kumar, R. (1977). More on non-white migration, welfare levels, and the political process. Public Choice 33(Winter): 95–104.
Liu, B. C. (1977). Local government finance and metropolitan employment growth: A simultaneous-equations model. Southern Economic Journal 43(Jan.): 1379–1385.
Pack, J. R. (1973). Determinants of migration to central cities. Journal of Regional Science 13(Aug.): 249–260.
Renas, S. M., and Kumar, R. (1978). The cost of living, labor market opportunities, and the decision to migrate: A case of misspecification. Annals of Regional Science 12(July): 95–104.
Sommers, P. M., and Suits, D. B. (1973). Analysis of net interstate migration. Southern Economic Journal 40(Oct.): 193–201.
Tiebout, C. M. (1956). A pure theory of local expenditures. Journal of Political Economy 64(Oct.): 416–424.
Ziegler, J. A. (1976). Interstate black migration. Economic Inquiry 14(Sept.): 449–453.
About this article
Cite this article
Cebula, R.J., Avery, K.L. The Tiebout hypothesis in the United States: An analysis of black consumer-voters, 1970–75. Public Choice 41, 307–310 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00210364
- Public Finance
- Tiebout Hypothesis