The book presents the distributional consequences of the public sector. Examining both theoretically and empirically, both the effects of giovernment spending and taxation on personal distribution, i.e. on families and individuals and the relationship between the public sector and functional distribution of national income. Government expenditures are explored, asking who benefits from them, who from government transfer programs and who bears the tax burden?Über den Autor:
DIMITRI B. PAPADIMITRIOU is Jerome Levy Professor of Economics and Executive Vice President of Bard College, and President of The Levy Economics Institute, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, USA. He was Vice-Chairman of the Trade Deficit Review Commission of the US Congress and has testified in the US Senate and Congressional Committee Hearings on Banking and Finance and Small Business. He is a member of the editorial board of Challenge. He is author and editor of the Levy Economics Institute Series, editor of Profits, Deficits and Instability, Aspects of Distribution of Wealth and Income, Stability in the Financial System, Modernizing Financial Systems, and Induced Investment and Business Cycles, and has authored many articles to professional journals.
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