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Public finance for stability and growth in an underdeveloped export economy

Z. M. Kubinski

Public finance for stability and growth in an underdeveloped export economy

a case study of the Republic of the Sudan

by Z. M. Kubinski

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Published by International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sudan,
  • Sudan.
    • Subjects:
    • Finance, Public -- Sudan.,
    • Sudan -- Economic policy.,
    • Sudan -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 64-65.

      Statementby Z. M. Kubinski.
      SeriesStudies on taxation and economic development, v. 2, Studies on taxation and economic development ;, vol. 2.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC591.S8 K8
      The Physical Object
      Pagination65 p.
      Number of Pages65
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5337343M
      LC Control Number72190718

      Nepal - Financial stability with economic growth (English) Abstract. In the three years commencing /83, pronounced year-to-year swings in economic performance combined with heavy budgetary reliance on domestic bank financing, led to a serious drain on Nepal's foreign exchange reserves. Growth of GDP per capita PWT GDP per capita (log) PWT Growth of Physical Capital PWT Physical Capital per capita (log) PWT Growth of TFP .

      Consequently, an efficient institution – where the rule of law, political stability and economic freedom are top priorities – is a key to accelerate the growth of the West African economy. economic stability refers to an economy that witness constant growth in the economy. Therefore, to calculate the GDP, one only needs to add together the various components of the economy that are a measure of all the goods and services produced. Figure 1: Nigeria Gross Domestic Product (GDP) from to 0 10,, 20,,

      concessions, can be used to promote the growth of those industries that have high employment-generation potential. 5. Price stability: Fiscal tools can be employed to contain inflationary and deflationary tendencies in the economy. Fiscal policy has been a great success in developed countries but only partially so in developing countries. Developing countries aim at achieving higher economic growth. A higher economic growth requires finances. But private sector is shy of making huge expenditure. Therefore, the responsibility of drawing financial resources to finance economic development rests on the government. Taxes are one of such instruments of raising resources.


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It is the branch of economics that assesses the government revenue and government expenditure of the public authorities and the adjustment of one or the other to achieve desirable effects and avoid undesirable ones.

The purview of public finance is considered to be threefold, consisting of governmental effects on. Underdeveloped nations are keen on rapid economic development which requires huge expenditure to be incurred in the various sectors of the economy.

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Authors About this book. The standard definition of political instability is the propensity of a government collapse either because of conflicts or rampant competition between various political parties. Also, the occurrence of a government change increases the likelihood of subsequent changes.

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stability as occurring along a continuum—rather than as a static condition. The first principle is that financial stability is a broad concept, encompassing the different aspects of finance (and the financial system)—infrastructure, institutions, and markets.

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Foreign direct investment also plays an important role in the development of an economy. This shows a link between economic growth and stability because a country with a low rating in terms of stability will not be a source of attraction for investors looking for international markets in which to invest.

An example can be seen in the area of tourism, because when there is a lack of stability. Writing in the quarterly Milken Institute Review in lateDani Rodrik, author of “Straight Talk on Trade: Ideas for a Sane World Economy,” argued that a rebalancing of globalization is necessary to restore more voice to labor and its needs for job and income stability while focusing attention globally on where the biggest economic.

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Macroeconomic stability and growth The recent financial crisis has highlighted the damaging impacts on living standards that can result from macroeconomic instability.

economic growth, the problem of unemployment can also be solved. However, it may create some problems in the maintenance of price stability. The developed countries, like USA, UK, Japan, etc.

give attention to the relationship of actual growth rate to the potential growth rate permitted by the. Thus public expenditure can play an important role in economic development.

R.N. Tirpathy, in his book, Public Finance in Under-developed Countries has suggested the following methods which the government may adopt to increase the volume of domestic savings to meet the financial requirements of economic development.

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); (ii) by contributing to the. Public Finance the aggregate of economic relationships arising from the creation and use of centralized and decentralized monetary resources.

Public finance originated under conditions of regular commodity-money exchange as a result of the development of the state and the state’s requirement for resources. The essence of public finance, the sphere of.

The goals of macroeconomic stability and growth are related and fiscal Fiscal policy decisions reflect the societal preferences and political economy of a country. Public expenditure and taxation policies are fundamentally political This report synthesizes insights from good practice in public finance as well.

cause significant damage to the financial system and the economy. A range of reforms are in train as the Dodd-Frank Act and other initiatives are implemented in the United States and abroad.

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Financial Stability and Economic Growth. Septem William C. Dudley Reasonable people can disagree about the best way to achieve certain public policy objectives or the appropriate speed of the transition. in the real economy—consider the Internet—or in the financial sector—think of subprime lending and structured.