The Handbook of Public Sector Economics builds an understanding of the role of public economics in public administration, public policy, and decision making. The handbook introduces a wide variety of current issues related to the public provision and production of goods and services.
The volume documents the history of economics and fiscal doctrine, explores the theory of public goods and the structures from which resources are collected and expanded, and analyzes heavily debated issues of economics that are important to current and future practitioners of public policy and administration. It focuses on the effects of fiscal policy on savings and investment, consumer behavior, labor supply, wealth, property, and trade. Written in a simple and straightforward style, the initial chapters establish the foundation of public economics, with the subsequent chapters addressing the collection and distribution of government resources and market reactions to fiscal policies.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part I|2 pages
Introduction to Public Economics and Fiscal Doctrine
part II|2 pages
Theory of Public Goods
part III|2 pages
Collection, Allocation, and Distribution of Resources
part IV|2 pages
Market Reactions Collection, Allocation, and Distribution