Principles of public finance

Hugh Dalton

'Dalton has succeeded in expressing general economic concepts in simple language' - "The Economist". The 1971 edition of this famous textbook includes recent material to the general survey on the theory of taxation, other forms of public revenue, public expenditure and public debts. There are chapters on modern theories of budgetary policy and the controversial cheap money policy, pursued by the author when he was in charge of the British Treasury from 1945-1947.

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'Dalton has succeeded in expressing general economic concepts in simple language' The Economist. The 1971 edition of this famous textbook includes recent material to the general survey on the theory of taxation, other forms of public revenue, public expenditure and public debts. There are chapters on modern theories of budgetary policy and the controversial cheap money policy, pursued by the author when he was in charge of the British Treasury from 1945-1947.

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[目次]

  • PART ONE 1. The Nature of Public Finance and the Main Division of the Subject 2. The Principle of Maximum Social Advantage 3. Public Finance and Private Finance PART TWO 4. Sources of Public Income 5. Taxation and Some Distinctions Between Taxes 6. Some Characteristics of a Good Tax System 7. Incidence of Taxation 8. Incidence of Taxation (Continued) 9. Distribution of the Burden of Taxation from the Point of View of Equity 10. Effects of Taxation on Production 11. Effects of Taxation on Distribution 12. Some other Effects of Taxation 13. The Tax System from the Point of View of Economy 14. Income from Public Property and Public Enterprises 15. Income from the Public Printing Press PART THREE 16. Objects and Classification of Public Expenditure 17. Grants and Purchase Prices 18. Effects of Public Expenditure on Production 19. Effects of Public Expenditure on Distribution 20. Some Other Effects of Public Expenditure PART FOUR 21. General Characteristics of Public Debts 22. Burden of Public Debts 23. Repayment of Public Debts 24. Rate of Interest on Public Debts 25. Inter-Governmental Debts PART FIVE 26. Balancing the Budget 27. The Budget Balancing the Whole 28. At the British Treasury

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  • PART ONE 1. The Nature of Public Finance and the Main Division of the Subject2. The Principle of Maximum Social Advantage3. Public Finance and Private FinancePART TWO4. Sources of Public Income5. Taxation and Some Distinctions Between Taxes6. Some Characteristics of a Good Tax System7. Incidence of Taxation8. Incidence of Taxation (Continued)9. Distribution of the Burden of Taxation from the Point of View of Equity10. Effects of Taxation on Production11. Effects of Taxation on Distribution12. Some other Effects of Taxation13. The Tax System from the Point of View of Economy14. Income from Public Property and Public Enterprises15. Income from the Public Printing PressPART THREE16. Objects and Classification of Public Expenditure17. Grants and Purchase Prices18. Effects of Public Expenditure on Production19. Effects of Public Expenditure on Distribution20. Some Other Effects of Public ExpenditurePART FOUR21. General Characteristics of Public Debts22. Burden of Public Debts23. Repayment of Public Debts24. Rate of Interest on Public Debts25. Inter-Governmental DebtsPART FIVE26. Balancing the Budget27. The Budget Balancing the Whole28. At the British Treasury

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書名 Principles of public finance
著作者等 Dalton, Hugh Dalton, Baron
Dalton Hugh
シリーズ名 Routledge library editions
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 2003
ページ数 xvi, 323 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 041531397X
9780415489034
NCID BA64075524
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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