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by Jurgen G Backhaus

  • ISBN: 0820487554
  • Category: Economics
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  • Author: Jurgen G Backhaus
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing; 1 edition (January 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 213
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Fiscal sociology deals with the ramifications of the fiscal activities of the state into areas which are not their primary target. These effects may occur in sectors not directly affected such as related markets, but they may also occur outside the economic sphere proper, such as in politics, culture, religion, or society at large.

The Handbook of Public Finance provides a definitive source, reference, and text for the field of public finance

The Handbook of Public Finance provides a definitive source, reference, and text for the field of public finance.

Due to the widespread dissatisfaction with the way fiscal sociology is being neglected while benefiting by its ever-growing importance, the volume Essays on Fiscal Sociology aims to provide a source, reference, and teaching supplement for the field of fiscal sociology. The essays comprised in this book were originally prepared for and read at the Erfurt Conferences on Fiscal Sociology.

Keywords Fiscal sociology Paretian welfare economics Italian public .

Keywords Fiscal sociology Paretian welfare economics Italian public finance theory Economic development. JEL Classification D60 E62 O10 R11. Introduction. The conferences were organized by Jurgen Backhaus at Erfurt University from 2001 to 2015. The location of the conference was not accidental as it is the seat of the Thuringian Court of Audit and public auditing and its institutions are at the heart of fiscal sociology. In an earlier contribution to public auditing (Forte 2007), Forte pointed out the warning signals of a European financial crisis several years before it occurred.

Fiscal Sociology: What For? Rede in verkorte vorm uitgesproken ter gelegenheid van het afscheid. In discussing the question: fiscal sociology: what for, I shall first give a short sketch of the history of thought of the field. van het ambt van Gewoon Hoogleraar Economie van het Overheidsgedrag en de Publieke Sector. aan de Universiteit Maastricht op vrijdag 19 januari 2001 door Prof. Dr. Jürgen G. Backhaus. 2. Fiscal Sociology: What For? Abstract. Secondly, main issues will be identified.

Jurgen G. Backhaus, born in 1950, JSD 1976, PhD (Econ) 1985, has held the Krupp Chair in Public Finance and . Backhaus, born in 1950, JSD 1976, PhD (Econ) 1985, has held the Krupp Chair in Public Finance and Fiscal Sociology at Erfurt University since November 2000. Between 1986 and 2000, he held the chair in Public Economics at Maastricht University. In 2004 he was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Thessaly (Greece).

Provides a case study of the socialism debate in Europe that can be applied to similar situations in the US and elsewhere. Show all. Table of contents (14 chapters).

Essentials of Fiscal Sociology: Conception of an Encyclopedia - Finanzsoziologie. Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. The issue whether fiscal sociology is ripe for an encyclopedia is the hidden agenda of this project. The authors are international experts from the old and the new world, from Italy to Estonia, the Netherlands to Russia, and of course, the United States.

From the point of view of public finance research, this book is a little quaint. A typical court of audit judges only what is put before it. In these essays it is argued that the judge should search for alternative actions that could have been taken and change thereby the records presented. This is different in that traditional public finance talks about some unknown entity whose well being a benign president should implement. We are not particularly impressed with this model. Our way of reasoning is that we want to talk about alternatives.