This volume empirically investigates different issues of public sector economics. It covers country groups as diverse as the OECD and developing/emerging countries alike. The book is divided into three main sections: Issues in Public Sector Revenues, Issues in Public Sector Expenditures, and Analysis of Inequality. It consists of eleven papers related to the sections mentioned above. The authors of the chapters also offer some policy recommendations based on their empirical analysis.
Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa, Wien, 2017. 222 pp., 23 fig. b/w, 41 tables, 3 graphs
Issues in Public Sector Revenues – Issues in Public Sector Expenditures – Analysis of Income Inequality – Political Attitudes
and Tax Revenue Effort in Turkey – Specialized Tax Software and Tax Compliance – Taxation of Illicit Financial Flows – Taxation
of Electronic Commerce – Tax Amnesties and Tax Compliance – Aging and Public Health Expenditures – Conflicts and Economics
Performance – Income Inequality and Economic freedom – Public Expenditures in Turkey