1 edition of Public finance found in the catalog.
Anderson, John E.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||John E. Anderson|
|LC Classifications||HJ141 .A53 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 728 p. :|
|Number of Pages||728|
|LC Control Number||2012418014|
Neither in theory nor in practice is it advisable to separate them completely. State expenditure and state revenue at once Public finance book to the mind as the two great heads Public finance book inquiry, standing opposed to each other as Production and Consumption, or Supply and Demand do in economic science. There is, at first sight, something absurd in suggesting so exact a mode of inquiry in a subject where very many complications exist, and where each fact is dependent on a number of circumstances, but in those parts of finance in which deduction is the best instrument of research it may prove convenient to arrange the steps of reasoning in a mathematical form; the problem will perhaps be thereby more easily solved, or its exposition more readily followed. How important do you think that would be for the economy? In a different part of finance, and at a later time, Montesquieu contributed some additions to the received views. From an examination of the various sciences that may assist the study of finance, we pass by a natural transition to the proper method of inquiry.
One admission may indeed be made. The administration of the royal income forced Public finance book officials of the feudal Edition: current; Page:  State to attend to the details of financial procedure, but of theory or even precise knowledge there is no appearance. That political economy in the most extended use of the term may fitly include finance is indeed true, but then it would appear that this wider political economy is nothing more than a common name for the various Edition: current; Page:  social and political sciences; it is in fact a rudimentary Sociology and Art of Politics combined. Thus, some—as Macaulay—have maintained that experiment is the really fruitful form of social inquiry.
Each country has special features arising from its previous history and the sentiments of its people—in great part the product of historical forces. The GFSM provides a Public finance book for the compilation, recording, and presentation of revenues, expenditures, stocks of assets, and Public finance book of liabilities. Moreover, practical considerations have to be weighed in every department of finance. Users of GFS[ edit ] The GFSM recommends standard tables including standard fiscal indicators that meet a broad group of users including policy makers, researchers, and investors in sovereign debt. The general government plus the public corporations comprise the public sector See Figure 2. There is, at first sight, something absurd in suggesting so exact a mode of inquiry in a subject where very many complications exist, and where each fact is dependent on a number of circumstances, but in those parts of finance in which deduction is the best instrument of research it may prove convenient to arrange the steps of reasoning in a mathematical form; the problem will perhaps be thereby more easily solved, or its exposition more readily followed.
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Period, form, and matter of the Budget. His letters are carried by a state agency which claims a monopoly, and in some instances realises a large profit for the general revenue.
Problems of revenue and of expenditure are, indeed, the most important. Public finance book expendi. Some writers enter into discussions as to the legitimacy of certain state functions, and their relative urgency. No, not as divided. If the latter science be limited, in the manner usual in England and France, to an investigation of the laws governing the phenomena of wealth, it is beyond dispute that public finance cannot form a part of it, as political and fiscal conditions have to be recognised to an extent impossible in a pure science of wealth.
After the reforms of 86 the code looked very much like public economists say it should look. That one man was asked for 20 per cent.
The important problem of justice in taxation is indeed an ethical one, but until its economic effects are known it is impossible to say whether any given form of taxation is just or the reverse. Preparation of local budgets. Checks over issues. In another department of finance, the nature Edition: current; Page:  and effect of public loans can be best explained by the economic theory of credit, and such is the course usually adopted.
The citizen of any civilised country Public finance book only reflect for a few minutes in order to satisfy himself of the number and importance of the actions of the state on its financial Public finance book.
Deduction, too, is needed in order to ascertain the effects of public indebtedness as well as to trace the Public finance book results of public expenditure. An acquaintance with economic science is, it may be said, an indispensable part of the equipment of the student of finance.
From an examination Public finance book the various sciences that may assist the study of finance, we pass by a natural transition to the proper method of inquiry.
If the person of our supposition be the inhabitant of a Public finance book, his house may be lighted by public agency, while it is highly probable that for one of the first necessaries of life—water—he is dependent on his municipality.
Public finance book views of these ancient societies in respect to public expenditure and credit were vitiated by the same notion of State omnipotence. The general government plus the public corporations comprise the public sector See Figure 2.
This book brought the literature together to make that point very clearly. The generalisations of economics and the permanent facts of human nature enable us to draw important conclusions as to the effects of certain forces in their bearing on finance. Any form of expenditure or taxation that is peculiarly obnoxious has, by that fact alone, a strong presumption raised against it, to be rebutted only by very weighty reasons on the other side.
It is, however, when we reach taxation that the aid of economics becomes most valuable. From whom and how — you want a system that collects taxes in some proportion to how much people consume and how much they earn.
On the contrary there is a close connexion, or rather series of connexions, between the two studies. The English appropriation audit. Next in order of treatment will come the public revenues, and first what may be described as the economic and industrial receipts of the State and their subdivisions Book II.
However widely modern writers on finance may differ from the Physiocratic conclusions, they must at least allow that their selection of problems was a good one. There is, at first sight, something absurd in suggesting so exact a mode of inquiry in a subject where very many complications exist, and where each fact is dependent on a number of circumstances, but in those parts of finance in which deduction is the best instrument of research it may prove convenient to arrange the steps of reasoning in a mathematical form; the problem will perhaps be thereby more easily solved, or its exposition more readily followed.
Some consider all government liabilities, including future pension payments and payments for goods and services the government has contracted for but not yet paid, as government debt. Direct state levy. It is in them, too, that we find the first attempts at theoretic discussion, which, indeed, were the natural outcome of their greater economic activity.
But the firmer organisation of the centralised monarchies of France, Spain, and England, the development of money dealings, and the revolution in economic relations produced by the supplies of the precious metals from the New World, presented to reflective minds a series of problems which could not be solved without the aid of wider conceptions; and accordingly we find that the latter part of the sixteenth century exhibits a new development of social and political inquiry.Thus local expenditure is examined in Book I., local economic revenue in Book II., the principles of local taxation in Book III., and in like manner the tax forms, the indebtedness, and the financial mechanism of subordinate political bodies are discussed in the books dealing with those parts of public finance.
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