Includes bibliographical references (p. 208-214) and index.
|LC Classifications||HJ2982 .B34 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 236 p. :|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||98068001|
Thus, fiscal policy has always been a primary instrument of macroeconomic regulation. This book imports fiscal policy into the framework of macroeconomic analysis and through the analysis of the former, it unfolds the major changes of China Author: Gao Peiyong. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jin, Renqing. Fiscal policy in China. Singapore: Thomson Learning, © (OCoLC) Document Type. Fiscal Policy in China STEVEN DUNAWAY AND ANNALISA FEDELINO* I n recent years, fiscal policy in China has been prudent. Fiscal deficits have been lower than budgeted, . 1 Overview of China’s Fiscal Policy: – Background before the Establishment of Market Economy2. Fiscal Policy before the Establishment of Market Economy3. Analysis of the Evolution of Fiscal Policy before the Establishment of Market Economy Source for information on Overview of China’s Fiscal Policy: – Fiscal Policy in China .
2 But, sustaining growth while maintaining an overall macroeconomically and fiscally sound stance, is not the papers in the book highlight, Chinese fiscal policy-makers . China’s monetary and fiscal policy. Li Ruogu In the past few years, the Chinese government has been pursuing an active fiscal policy to finance key construction projects by issuing government debt. Meanwhile, sound monetary policy has been implemented in coordination with the fiscal policy. Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth in Europe and Central Asia: An Overview Labor Taxes. Taxes on labor are as high in ECA as in much richer countries in West- ern Europe and are . The purpose of this chapter is to review country experiences with promoting health through fiscal policies and to examine the usefulness and success of these policies. The chapter considers both the role of fiscal policies in the production of health and the effect of these policies on the well-being of the economy—fiscal policy for health and healthy fiscal policy Cited by: 9.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Jin, Renqing. Fiscal policy in China. Singapore: Thomson Learning, © (OCoLC) Material Type. Fiscal policy -- China -- History; Filed under: Fiscal policy -- China -- History -- 18th century. The Magistrate's Tael: Rationalizing Fiscal Reform in Eighteenth Century Ch'ing China . What is Fiscal Policy? Fiscal policy is a policy adopted by the government of a country required in order to control the finances and revenue of that country which includes various taxes on goods, services and person i.e., revenue collection, which eventually affects spending levels and hence for this fiscal policy is termed as sister policy of monetary policy. Fiscal policy is the term used to describe the expenses of the government and the method of financing those expenditures through the collection of revenues. There are two ways that a .