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The Distributional Effects of Government Spending and Taxation

by Dimitri B. Papadimitriou

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Macroeconomics,
  • Public Finance,
  • Taxation,
  • Public Finance (General),
  • Economics - Microeconomics,
  • Distribution Of Income,
  • United States,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Income distribution,
  • Finance, Public,
  • Economic Conditions,
  • Government & Business,
  • Taxation - General,
  • Business & Economics / Economic Conditions,
  • Business & Economics : Government & Business,
  • Business & Economics : Taxation - General,
  • Fiscal policy,
  • Distributive justice

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8401340M
    ISBN 101403996253
    ISBN 109781403996251

    The Household Effects of Government Spending Francesco Giavazzi, Michael McMahon. Chapter in NBER book Fiscal Policy after the Financial Crisis (), Alberto Alesina and Francesco Giavazzi, editors (p. - ) Conference held December , Published in Cited by: Politics & Government Fuel Taxes and the Poor: The Distributional Effects of Gasoline Taxation and Their Implications for Climate Policy (Environment for Development) or by spending more money on services for the poor. Meanwhile, in low-income countries, poor people spend a very small share of their money on fuel for transport. Manufacturer: RFF Press.

    Distributional analyses omit the ways tax cuts and tax increases affect other government finances—through either lower (or higher) spending or higher (or lower) debt. These omissions implicitly assume that lost revenue from tax cuts is never paid and that additional revenue from tax increases simply disappears. The Distributional Consequences of Government Spending on growth and public inv estment has ignored distributional. critically on the underlying government spending or taxation policy and, Author: Santanu Chatterjee.

    This paper is the overview chapter of an edited volume on “The Distributional Effects of Government Spending and Taxation.” The paper offers the author’s perspective on the government’s role as a redistributive agent. Taxation and public spending programs are analyzed using the experiences of the United States and other OECD countries. Taxation and Spending None of these things are free, and the government taxes its citizens to raise the money to pay for the programs. Until , the revenue of the federal government came mainly from protective tariffs, which are taxes on goods imported into the country, and from the sale of public lands.


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The Distributional Effects of Government Spending and Taxation by Dimitri B. Papadimitriou Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Distributional Effects of Government Spending and Taxation [Papadimitriou, D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Distributional Effects of Government Spending and TaxationFormat: Hardcover. This book focuses on the distributional consequences of the public sector and examines and documents, theoretically and empirically, the effects of government spending and taxation on personal distribution, and includes chapters investigating the relationship between the public sector and functional distribution of national income.

This book focuses on the distributional consequences of the public sector. It examines and documents, both theoretically and empirically, the effects of government spending and taxation on personal distribution, i.e., on families and individuals.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Government effects on the distribution of income: an overview / Dimitri B.

Papadimitriou --An overall assessment of the distributional consequences of government spending and taxation in the United States, and / Edward and Ajit Zacharias --Distributional. This book focuses on the distributional consequences of the public sector.

It examines and documents, both theoretically and empirically, the effects of government spending and taxation on personal distribution, that is, on families and individuals. The distributional effect of a carbon tax is very complex and influenced by many factors.

These factors may include household consumption patterns, production structures of enterprises and competition between them, distribution of co-benefits from improved environment quality, and the carbon tax design.

3 Among these factors, the carbon tax design, especially the use of the carbon tax revenues Cited by: The scope of this paper imposes some limitations. First, the paper focuses on taxation and social spending, and thus does not address the distributional effects of other components of spending or the indirect effects of the overall fiscal stance.

Second, the incidence and distributional impact are treated in a. Papadimitriou D.B. () Government Effects on the Distribution of Income: An Overview.

In: Papadimitriou D.B. (eds) The Distributional Effects of Government Spending and Taxation. Palgrave Macmillan, LondonCited by: 7. 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.

Abstract. We assess the effects of government expenditures and taxation on household economic well-being in the United States in and Net government expenditure is estimated as the difference between government expenditures incurred on behalf of the household sector - transfers and public consumption - and the taxes paid by that by: Downloadable.

Taxation and public spending are key policy levers the state has in its power to change the distribution of income. One of the most commonly used methods to measure the distributional impact of a country’s taxes and public spending is fiscal incidence analysis. Rooted in the field of Public Finance, fiscal incidence analysis is the method utilized to allocate taxes and public Author: Nora Lustig.

The volume analyzes the revenue and spending of governments across eight low and middle-income countries - Armenia, Ethiopia, Georgia, Indonesia, Jordan, the Russian Federation, South Africa, and Sri Lanka – and can be viewed as a companion piece to The Redistributive Impact of Taxes and Social Spending in Latin America.

As in the latter, this new report finds that taxes and transfers reduce. We assess the effects of government expenditures and taxation on household economic well‐being in the United States in and Net government expenditure is estimated as the difference between government expenditures incurred on behalf of the household sector—transfers and public consumption—and the taxes paid by that by: Request PDF | The Distributional Consequences of Government Spending and Taxation in the U.S., and | We assess the effects of government expenditures and taxation on household economic.

Podkaminer L. () Distributional Effects of Evolving Spending and Tax Policies in Post-Socialist Poland. In: Papadimitriou D.B. (eds) The Distributional Effects of Government Spending and by: 1.

Downloadable. We assess the effects of government expenditures and taxation on household economic well‐being in the United States in and Net government expenditure is estimated as the difference between government expenditures incurred on behalf of the household sector—transfers and public consumption—and the taxes paid by that sector.

Regional breakdown of UK government spending 61 4 And they call it austerity 66 Ryan Bourne Introduction 66 Government spending under the coalition 68 Government spending under the Conservative government 76 The reckoning up: government spending /11 to /20 80 Annex to Chapter 4 84 David B.

SmithFile Size: 2MB. The Distributional Effects of Tax Policy: Tax Expenditures in Turkey: /ch This chapter first discusses the Turkish tax policy performance for the period of in terms of equitable distribution of tax burdens.

Then, itAuthor: Ömer Faruk Batırel. Effects of Taxation on Distribution An important objective of taxation in most of the welfare states is to reduce the inequalities of income and wealth and to bring about an equal society.

The effects of taxation on the distribution of income and wealth among the different sections of the society, depends upon two important factors. Summary: Measuring taxation and government spending as a proportion of national income is beset with difficulties. However, it is clear that there has been a strong upward trend in taxation and government spending as a proportion of national income in the developed countries over the last years.

At the beginning of World War I, Continue reading "Taxation, Government Spending and. We construct unanticipated government spending shocks for developing countries from to and study their effects on income distribution. We find that unanticipated fiscal consolidations lead to a long-lasting increase in income inequality, while fiscal expansions lower inequality.

The results are robust to several measures of income distribution and size of the fiscal Author: Davide Furceri, Jun Ge, Prakash Loungani, Giovanni Melina.Effects on the deficit and spending. All four groups ignore the effects of financing a tax cut, be it through reductions in current outlays, higher deficits, or higher debt (which eventually will require future tax increases or reductions in spending to repay).

They also omit the opposite effects of a tax increase. Macroeconomic effects. ?book=This book - based on a research project carried out by the Observatoire Social Europ?en asbl, with the financial.