6 edition of A course in public economics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 405-407) and index.
|Genre||Problems, exercises, etc.|
|LC Classifications||HB171.5 .L372 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 413 p. :|
|Number of Pages||413|
|ISBN 10||0521828775, 0521535670|
|LC Control Number||2003046123|
This book is designed as a college text for the student's first course in regional economics, at either the upperclass or the graduate level. It presupposes no previous exposure to regional economics as such, nor anything beyond basic economics. Course description: This is the first of two courses in the graduate public economics sequence at Harvard. This one-semester course covers basic issues in the optimal design of tax and social insurance policies, with emphasis on combining theoretical models with empirical evidence.
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Course description: Public finance (also known as public economics) analyzes the impact of public policy on the allocation of resources and the distribution of income in the economy. In this course, you will learn how to use the tools of microeconomics and empirical analysis to analyze the economic effects of public expenditures and taxation. that the book is an exhaustive account of public economics. The aim of the Lectures is to illustrate the current state of the art, to give some flavour of the strengths and weaknesses of recent developments, and to point to areas where future research is necessary. The ways in which the book falls short of being comprehensive should be clear.
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This textbook in public economics explores the government's role in the economy. It is intended for third or fourth year undergraduate students and first year graduate students.
The core topics covered include markets, externalities, public goods, imperfect competition, asymmetric information and efficiency, and asymmetric information and income by: Covering core topics that explore the government's role in the economy, this textbook is intended for third or fourth year undergraduate students and first year graduate students.
It includes markets, externalities, public goods, imperfect competition, asymmetric information and efficiency, and asymmetric information and income redistribution/5(3). Book description. A Course in Public Economics, first published inexplores the central questions of whether or not markets work, and if not, what is to be done about it.
The first part of the textbook, designed for upper-level undergraduates and first-year graduate students, begins with an extended discussion of the two theorems of welfare by: Summary: "A Course in Public Economics explores the central questions of whether or not markets work, and if not, what is to be done about it.
The first part of the textbook, which is designed for upper-level undergraduates and first-year graduate students, discusses the two theorems of welfare economics.
This textbook in public economics explores the government's role in the economy. It is intended for third or fourth year undergraduate students and first year graduate students. Public Sector Economics Book Summary: Designed for courses in Public Finance, Public Economics, Public Sector Economics, and The Economics of Taxation, this text takes a public choice approach to public finance and looks at public policy as a product of the democratic decision-making process.
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This economics book is a fun and thought-provoking read that's designed to spur armchair economists to closely look at how things that may not seem important can have a ripple effect where the economy is concerned.
After its publication inthe authors have continued expanding on their microeconomics theories in two other books. an important secondary or supplementary book in a public ﬁnance or public policy course in a program where a course in public eco-nomics is not offered.
The primary goal of this book is to contribute to the use and understanding of public economics and its role in public administration, public policy, and decision making. The book exposes students of public policy and. The book covers the theory and methodology of public economics; presents a historical and theoretical overview of the public sector; and discusses such topics as departures from efficiency (including imperfect competition and asymmetric information), issues in political economy, equity, taxation, fiscal federalism, and tax competition among independent jurisdictions.
Fundamentals of Economics may be used in either an advanced graduate-level course in public economics or in conjunction with a second volume forthcoming by the same author in a course in advanced microeconomics. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Cited by: About this Course. 30, recent views. This course offers an introduction into the public economics theory. It does not aspire to cover theories of taxation, public expenditures, regulation etc.
at length and in-depth. Rather, our ambition is to give a bird's-eye view of central themes of public economics and related disciplines, and teach concepts, logic, and ideas, rather than /5(27).
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A Course in Public Economics, first published inexplores the central questions of whether or not markets work, and if not, what is to be done about it. The first part of the textbook, designed for upper-level undergraduates and first-year graduate students, begins with an extended discussion of the two theorems of welfare economics.
book is to provide an introduction to the vast literature of public economics, emphasizing the foundations upon which future research can be laid Public economics has a long history as a discipline within economics and many eminent economists have written on the subject.
For example, Ricardo. ✏Intermediate Public Economics Book Summary: Public economics studies how government taxing and spending activities affect the economy -- economic efficiency and the distribution of income and wealth. Course Sequences. This course is the first part of a two-course sequence.
The sequence continues in Public Economics II. Course Collections. See related courses in the following collections: Find Courses by Topic.
Economics; Economics > Public Economics. Public economics (or economics of the public sector) is the study of government policy through the lens of economic efficiency and economics builds on the theory of welfare economics and is ultimately used as a tool to improve social welfare.
Public economics provides a framework for thinking about whether or not the government should participate in. The main focus of an economics course is, naturally enough, to analyze the characteristics of markets and purely economic institutions.
But political institutions also play a role in allocating society’s scarce resources, and economists have played an active role, along with other social scientists, in analyzing how such political.This class covers the core topics of public economics, in particular welfare economics; reasons for and policies dealing with market failures such as imperfect competition, externalities and public goods, and asymmetric information.This text by one of Europe's leading economists covers a wide variety of public economics issues with great clarity and precision, illustrating them with a wealth of carefully-chosen examples and ng from theories of general equilibrium analysis, Laffont considers issues of market failure, collective decisionmaking, and distributional equity.