|Winners: Julie Smith, economist, Australian National University; Michael Plumb, econometrician, Nuffield College, Oxford, will share the $25,000 Tax Reform Challenge prize for the most convincing refutation of the Tax Reform proposal for Site Revenue to supersede taxes, written by academics P. D. Day, R. Else-Mitchell, B. Kavanagh, and J. D. Tucker, as the Land Values Research Group's submission to the 1996 Tax Reform Summit. Closed 31 March 1998|
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