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“This book shows luminously how public finance is responding to the challenges [wfhm.info]. ———. Before we begin with the public finance, we would like to point out the major public finance is to help in the achievement of certain social and economic. By drawing on insights from normative public finance, public choice, and new The book will not only be of value to undergraduate teaching in.

Example: households and industries may generate pollution and release it into the environment without considering the adverse effect pollution has on others.

Pollution is a spillover because it affects people who are not responsible for it. To correct a spillover, governments can encourage or restrict certain activities.

For example, governments can sponsor recycling programs to encourage less pollution, pass laws that restrict pollution, or impose charges or taxes on activities that cause pollution. Redistribute of Income and equity: Governments redistribute income by collecting taxes from their wealthier citizens to provide resources for their needy ones, and in this way the government reduces the inequality of income and wealth within the economy.

When government impose progressive taxes on the richer members of the society and provides various facilities such as subsided food, housing, free medical aid and education to the less privilege members of the society, that is what is called equity. Subsidies and grants: In modern times, subsidies and grants are inevitable for producing essential goods and services meant for the masses. It has a prominent place in the governmental expenditure of developing countries.

Optimum utilization of resources: The natural resources in developing countries are underutilized.

The proper utilization of natural resources is imperative not only for the present generation, but also for the unborn generations. These side effects are called spillovers or externalities.

Example: households and industries may generate pollution and release it into the environment without considering the adverse effect pollution has on others. Pollution is a spillover because it affects people who are not responsible for it.

To correct a spillover, governments can encourage or restrict certain activities. For example, governments can sponsor recycling programs to encourage less pollution, pass laws that restrict pollution, or impose charges or taxes on activities that cause pollution.

Redistribute of Income and equity: Governments redistribute income by collecting taxes from their wealthier citizens to provide resources for their needy ones, and in this way the government reduces the inequality of income and wealth within the economy.

Nature of public finance

When government impose progressive taxes on the richer members of the society and provides various facilities such as subsided food, housing, free medical aid and education to the less privilege members of the society, that is what is called equity.

Subsidies and grants: In modern times, subsidies and grants are inevitable for producing essential goods and services meant for the masses.

It has a prominent place in the governmental expenditure of developing countries. Optimum utilization of resources: The natural resources in developing countries are underutilized. Redistribute of Income and equity: Governments redistribute income by collecting taxes from their wealthier citizens to provide resources for their needy ones, and in this way the government reduces the inequality of income and wealth within the economy.

When government impose progressive taxes on the richer members of the society and provides various facilities such as subsided food, housing, free medical aid and education to the less privilege members of the society, that is what is called equity. Subsidies and grants: In modern times, subsidies and grants are inevitable for producing essential goods and services meant for the masses.

It has a prominent place in the governmental expenditure of developing countries. Optimum utilization of resources: The natural resources in developing countries are underutilized.

INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC FINANCE 2.pdf

The proper utilization of natural resources is imperative not only for the present generation, but also for the unborn generations. The state can direct the flow of production, consumption and distribution in the economy by framing a suitable budget policy.

Economic planning: Government usually have rolling plans for more than a year, a times the implementation of say five year plan tends to require a huge fund. Thus, government needs to combine resources, taxation and public borrowing effectively.

Providing employment opportunities: The government has to spend huge amount of public expenditure to provide the downloading power to the general masses and reduce the problem of unemployment in the economy.Don Fullerton. Countertrends are evident, however.

Public Finance

So it is not naivete that Musgrave expresses in this approach to the role of government. As explained by Campbell Newton concludes that political trust is not caused so much by social or economic factors as by political ones.

Recent changes in types of labor-market contracts have also contributed to more heterogeneity in the labor market. Fiscal policy.

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