Edwin Seligman's Lectures on Public Finance, 1927/1928 Vol: 19

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20 Mar 2001
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
252 pages - 156 x 234 x 15mm
Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology


Edwin R.A. Seligman was a leading specialist in public finance, as well as the history of economic thought. This volume publishes a set of student notes taken in his famous course in public finance at Columbia University. The lectures cover the history of public revenues, types of public revenues in general and of taxation in particular, public expenditures, public debt, and budget making.
Edwin Seligman's Lectures on Public Finance 1927-1928 (L. Fiorito, M. Johnson and W.J. Samuels). Part I. Introduction. Part II. Public Revenues. BOOK I. Quasis - Public Revenues. BOOK II. Taxation - General. BOOK III. Taxation - Special. Part 1. Direct Taxes: Taxes on Wealth. Part 2. Indirect Taxes: Taxes on Exchange and Consumption. Part 3. Local Taxation. Part III. Public Expenditure. Part IV. Public Credit. Part V. The Budget.

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