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Essentials of Fiscal Sociology

Conception of an Encyclopedia

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Edited By Jürgen G. Backhaus

The issue whether fiscal sociology is ripe for an encyclopedia is the hidden agenda of this project. The authors are international experts from the old and the new world, from Italy to Estonia, the Netherlands to Russia, and of course, the United States. The essays cover both, the history of fiscal sociology and recent and future issues, such as the making of the Estonian constitution, which emphasizes fiscal austerity, and the emerging European constitution.

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Introduction .................................................................................................... 9 Bénédicte Le Brun .......................................................................................... 11 Fiscal Sociology: An Innovative Approach Of Citizenship And Democracy Design Ringa Raudla .................................................................................................. 15 The Making Of The Estonian Fiscal Constitution: Institutional Interests Versus Historical Constraints Auke R. Leen .................................................................................................. 41 Europe’s Fiscal Constitution Vladimir Boguslavskiy ................................................................................... 59 Cognitive Dissonance And Taxpayer’s Discipline Richard Wagner .............................................................................................. 79 Property, Social Order, And Public Finance Silvia Fedeli / Francesco Forte ....................................................................... 95 The Sociological Theory Of Fiscal Illusion And The Laffer Curve. Reflections On An Italian Case Ringa Raudla .................................................................................................. 115 Constitution And The Development Of Organic Budget Law In Estonia Giuseppe Eusepi ............................................................................................ 153 Public Services As Productive Factors – An Italian View Nalin Bharti / Gopal Ganesh .......................................................................... 165 Privatization And Labour In South Asia: Some Issues In Fiscal Sociology 6Alexander Ebner ............................................................................................. 201 Debating European Governance: An Institutionalist Assessment From The Viewpoint Of Political Economy And Fiscal Sociology Francesco Forte / Paolo Silvestri .................................................................... 231 Pareto’s Sociological Maximum Of Utility Of The Community And The Theory Of The Elites Gerhard Scheuerer .......................................................................................... 267 Cameralism And Management Information System In Public Administration Domenico Da Empoli ..................................................................................... 277 Patenting Generic Marine Resources: A Private Or A Public Choice? Silvia Fedeli / Francesco Forte ....................................................................... 281 The Pareto Sociological Theory Of The Elites And The Italian Parliament (1861-1928) Silvia Fedeli / Francesco Forte ....................................................................... 309 A Survival Analysis Of The Circulation Of The Political Elites Governing Italy from 1861 To 1994 Jürgen Backhaus ............................................................................................. 337 Fiscal Sociology And Public Choice Enrico Schöbel ................................................................................................ 351 John R. Commons (1862-1945) On Constitution And Tax Assessment Procedure: A Classic In Fiscal Sociology...

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