Public Finance: Lessons from the Past and Effects on the Future

Miguel-Angel Galindo Martin (Editor)
Universidad de Castila-La Mancha, Spain

Cristina Nardi Spiller (Editor)
University of Verona, Italy

Series: Financial Institutions and Services, Economic Issues, Problems and Perspectives
BISAC: BUS069000

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There are important lessons to be learned, and analytical frameworks to be adapted and reused from the body of reference provided by the past history of public finance. This makes it possible to approach themes in terms of the actions of policy makers in various operating sectors of the economy: money, foreign exchange, finance, industry, labour relations, international trade, taxation and so on. One other key function carried out by the central authorities is the enactment and enforcement of rules governing competition between economic agents. Furthermore, in many countries, goods and services are produced by public sector enterprises, which emphasizes that public intervention comes in many shapes and forms. In this book, attention centers on the fiscal sector, where government intervention has a crucial impact on private saving and investment, public spending decisions, taxation and government revenues, including the funding of budget deficits. (Imprint: Nova)

Prefacepp,vii-x

1. The Present Relevance of Pietro Verri’s Thought on Public Finance
(Cristina Nardi Spiller) pp,1-16

2. Individual and Social Heterogeneity in Vilfredo Pareto
(Gianfranco Tusset)pp,17-30

3. The Economic Role of the State from Pareto to Keynes in the Italian tradition: The Contribution of Eraldo Fossati
(Mario Pomini)pp.,31-44

4. Shaping the Italian Constitution: Economists’ Contribution on Public Finance and Taxation
(Claudia Rotondi)pp,45-60

5. Ezio Vanoni, Minister of finance (1948-1954): An Economic Scheme for the Welfare in Italy
(Daniela Parisi)pp,61-78

6. Public Financing of Local Development in Italy: The Role of Territorial Policies
(Paola Savi)pp,79-90

7. Public Finance, Organisation and Gender: The Contribution of Italian School Economia Aziendale
(Chiara Leardini and Gina Rossi)pp,91-104

8. Garrison’s Capital-Based Macroeconomics: The Role of Deficit, Credit Control and Taxation
(Carmelo Ferlito)pp,105-122

9. Fiscal Policy, Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth
(Miguel-Ángel Galindo Martín, Domingo Ribeiro, María Teresa Méndez Picazo and Isabel Martínez)pp,123-132

10. Public Finance in the European Union Countries
(Víctor M. González Sánchez and Susana de los Ríos Sastre) pp,133-152

11. Fiscal Instruments Related to the Funding of the EU Budget
(Juan José Rubio Guerrero and Mª del Prado Ruiz González)pp,153-170

12. Compatibility of Tax Measures for Environmental Protection in Companies with Community State Aid Regulations
(Gemma Patón García and Gracia María Luchena Mozo)pp,171-184

13. Growth Patterns and Spatial Dynamics of Population and Employment in Local Labour Markets: An Analysis for Spain
(María J. Ruiz-Fuensanta and Vicent Soler i Marco)pp,185-204

14. The Official Development Assistance (ODA) and Fiscal Instruments to Reduce Poverty: An EU Perspective
(José Manuel Saiz-Álvarez)pp,205-216

15. Fiscal Policy in the Spanish Economic Thought of xviii Century
(José Antonio Negrín de la Peña)pp,217-242

16. Fiscal Options in a Descentralised Public Sector
(Alfredo Iglesias Suárez and Mª Gabriela Lagos Rodríguez)pp,243-262

Indexpp,263-271

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