Providing forty articles written by experts, this book explores the development of government spending and revenue policymaking, the legacy of John Maynard Keynes, taxes and tax policies, government budgeting and accounting, and government debt management. Topics include the implications of the federal balanced budget amendment, factors that affect implementation of fiscal policies, the relationship between tax assessment and economic prosperity, and debt management strategies by government institutions. It covers the role of government in formulating economic policies for growth and full employment and reviews issues associated with the implementation of fiscal policies.An important feature of the 1981-82 corporate tax changes is that the extended investment tax credit and accelerated depreciation ... Major increases in investment affect the capital stock and productivity only over a prolonged period of time.
|Title||:||Handbook of Fiscal Policy|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2001-12-19|