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Spending without taxation

Gene Park

Spending without taxation

FILP and the politics of public finance in Japan

by Gene Park

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Published by Stanford University Press in Stanford, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics and government,
  • Public Finance,
  • Fiscal policy,
  • Taxation,
  • Appropriations and expenditures,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 297-310) and index.

    StatementGene Park
    SeriesStudies of the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Studies of the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHJ1394 .P37 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 321 p. :
    Number of Pages321
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25030372M
    ISBN 109780804773300
    LC Control Number2010043067

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The big red book Labour publishes a manifesto to expand the British state. Jeremy Corbyn proposes continental levels of spending—but without the same level of taxation, for most workers.

The Liberal government announced late Monday that it has agreed to change draft legislation that proposed to grant itself wide-reaching new powers to tax and spend without parliamentary approval.

Well, as Michael Pettis and Matt Klein will argue in their forthcoming book, this system of taxation and limited social spending is a big part of the reason why household consumption is so low—.

Spending without Taxation is a fine and accessible piece of scholarship that is a must-read for followers of Japanese politics. Its fascinating historical chapters are likely to appeal to scholars interested in the evolution of Japanese public finance and, more specifically, financial and economic developments during the occupation period.

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“Consider one of the most important developments in local government finance in the last 50 years - state constitutional taxation and spending limitations.

Starting with Proposition 13 in California, adopted inmany states began to severely. Defense spending is the largest discretionary item in the budget-- 18% -- and the only way to balance the budget without cutting defense is to cut out just about all entitlement programs such as Social Security and Medicare.

That's what Sen. Lee means by the third criterion above: ALL entitlements must go. The federal government spent $ billion in to help Americans buy or rent homes, but little of that spending went to the families who struggle the most to afford housing.

As the charts below show, federal housing expenditures are unbalanced in two respects: they target a disproportionate share of subsidies on higher-income households and they favor homeownership over renting.TAXATION TAXATION ONLY WITH REPRESENTATION Painter ONLY WITH REPRESENTATION Richard W.

Painter Foreword by John Pudner RICHARD W. PAINTER is a law professor at the University of Minnesota. From to Painter was associate counsel to the president and the. Government spending, taxation and growth. One of the major objectives of this book is to examine the impact of taxation on growth.

However, the focus in much of the data and analysis is on government spending rather than taxation. The reason is that, ultimately, it is government spending that determines the total tax :