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How should tax systems be designed to promote both efficiency and fairness? Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz and new co-author Jay Rosengard use their first-hand policy-advising experience to address these key issues of public-sector economics in this modern and accessible Fourth Edition.


Economics of the Public SectorFourth Edition, focuses on the economiics changed, post-global recession world. This new, modern approach includes a discussion on global public goods puhlic Chapter 5, which addresses the difficulty of coping with public health and security threats when they transcend government coping mechanisms, while Chapter 8 examines corporatization and the transition from government enterprise to private enterprise.

Stiglitz and Rosengard write with the student in mind. Not only do they use accessible language, but also the graphs throughout the text are simple and easy to understand. Case studies and references to real-world programs and policies, such as Welfare Programs and the Redistribution j.e.stiglittz Income in Chapter 15, are found in the body of the text, ensuring that students are introduced to policy applications while they read.

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Economics of the Public Sector. The long awaited revision of a classic text by an expert author team. Features Contents Thoroughly revised and updated to reflect the public finance landscape of today. Role and Size of the Public Sector Chapter 1: Fundamentals ecnomics Welfare Economics Chapter 3: The Leftover Curve Chapter 6: Alternative Measures of Inequality Part Three: Public Expenditure Theory Chapter 8: Public Expenditure in Practice Chapter Secto in Theory Chapter Taxation in Practice Chapter Income Tax Principles Behind the U.

Review and Practice Chapter Further Issues Chapter