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The economics of taxation
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Current Tax Systems 5 Overview of the Book 8 - '„ References 11 I The Effects of Taxation 13 1 Distortions and Welfare Losses 15 The Effects of Taxation 17 Labor Supply 18 The Effects of Taxation on Savings 25 Taxation and Risk-Taking 30 Welfare Losses 33 2 Tax Incidence 41 Partial Equilibrium On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation (19 April ) is a book by David Ricardo on economics.
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[This essay is excerpted from Chapter 2 of Economics and Ethics of Private Property, newly published by the Mises Institute.]. First, I want to explain the general economic effect of taxation. This represents a praxeological analysis of taxation and as such should not be expected to go much beyond what has already been said by other economists.
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Keynesian Taxation Theory. The initiator of the Keynesian taxation theory was John Keynes, who exposed its main principles in his book “The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money,” in which he advocated state interventions in the processes of market economy regulation. According to Keynes, fast economic development must be based.
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Adam Smith in The Wealth of Nations () wrote: "Such things as defending the country and maintaining the institutions of good government are of general benefit to the public.