Public Economics

Paperback | January 15, 2012

EditorPhilip Black, Estian Calitz, Tjaart Steenekamp

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Public Economics 5th edition takes a look at the economic policy challenges, and forces of democratisation and globalisation on a medium-sized, open developing country.

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Public Economics 5th edition takes a look at the economic policy challenges, and forces of democratisation and globalisation on a medium-sized, open developing country.

Philip Black (SUN), Estian Calitz (SUN), Tjaart Steenekamp (Unisa), and Krige Siebrits (SUN) are well-respected OUP authors.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:348 pagesPublished:January 15, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195995155

ISBN - 13:9780195995152

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Part 1: Perspectives on the role of government in the economy1. The public sector in the economy2. The competitive model and its failures3. Public goods and externalities4. Imperfect competition5. Equity and social welfare5. Public choice theoryPart 2: Public expenditure and social issues7. Public expenditure and growth8. Education9. Health care and social security10. Cost-benefit analysisPart 3: Taxation11. Introduction to taxation and tax equity12. Tax efficiency and tax reform13. Income taxation14. Taxation of wealth15. Taxes on goods and servicesPart 4: Fiscal and social policy16. Fiscal policy17. Public debt and debt managementPart 5: Intergovernmental fiscal relations18. Fiscal federalism