Economics Of The Public Sector
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|Format: ||Paperback, 536 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 February 1999|
Aimed at undergraduates studying public sector economics, this text covers a comprehensive range of topics and provides a comparative perspective using data and policy ideas from a wide number of European countries. It includes sections on the policies of the new Labour government, including its plans for savings, welfare, work and healthcare.
Table of Contents
Introduction Economic Rationales for the State Equity and Efficiency Public Goods Externalities Asymmetric Information Benefit Analysis Public Choice Government Failure Taxation Tax Incidence and Efficiency Intertemporal Issues Taxes on Labour Social Insurance and the Welfare State Income Inequality Poverty Social Policy Pensions and Ageing Healthcare Education and Training Privatisation and Social Ownership Regulation and Competition Policy The Environment Federal Issues and the European Union
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