Public Finance In Theory And Practice

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Publisher SChand Publications All B.Com books by SChand Publications
ISBN 9788121911030
Author: Dr. S. K. Singh
Number of Pages 751
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Basic Of Engineering Mathematics – III by H.K. Dass, Rama Verma
Book Summary:

Long experience of teaching for competitive examinations for entrance of Engineering Examination over a number of years makes me feel that the students stand in need of more detailed examples to understand the reaction mechanism. I feel immense pleasure in presenting this book ‘‘Organic Chemistry for Competitions” before you. In this book, I have tried my best to make the reaction mechanism, resonance, Acid-Base concepts, Electronic effects, and Steric effects and show how acidity and basicity are altered by these effects.

Audience of the Book :
 
This book is Useful for Engineering Students.
 
Table of Contents:
 
PART I: INTRODUCTION

1. EVOLUTION OF PUBLIC FINANCE

2. MAJOR FISCAL FUNCTIONS

3. THE CONCEPT OF PUBLIC GOODS

PART II: PUBLIC EXPENDITURE

4. GROWTH OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE

5. PATTERN OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE

6. PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE

7. EVALUATION OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE: COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS

PART III: TAXATION

8. STRUCTURE OF TAXATION: GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS

9. PRINCIPLES OF TAXATION

10. PROPORTIONAL AND PROGRESSIVE TAXATION

11. REQUIREMENTS OF A GOOD TAX SYSTEM AND OPTIMAL TAXATION

12. TAXABLE CAPACITY

13. SHIFTING AND INCIDENCE OF TAXATION.

14. INCIDENCE OF TAXES — SOME INDIVIDUAL CASES

15. ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF TAXATION

16. TAXATION OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR

17. TAXES ON INCOME

18. TAXATION OF WEALTH

19. EXPENDITURE TAX

20. COMMODITY TAXES

21. TAX ADMINISTRATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

PART IV: PUBLIC BORROWING AND OTHER SOURCES OF REVENUE

22. PUBLIC BORROWING — GENERAL CONSIDERATION

23. THE BURDEN OF PUBLIC DEBT

24. THE MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC DEBT

25. SOCIAL SECURITY CONTRIBUTIONS

26. NON-TAX REVENUE

PART V: FISCAL POLICY

27. THEORY OF FISCAL POLICY

28. FISCAL POLICY FOR STABILITY

29. FISCAL POLICY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

PART VI GOVERNMENT BUDGETING

30. THEORY OF GOVERNMENT BUDGETING

31. BUDGET CLASSIFICATION

PART VII: PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS

32. PUBLIC ENTERPRISES: FORMS, FINANCING AND PRICING POLICY

PART VIII FISCAL FEDERALISM

33. THEORY OF FISCAL FEDERALISM

34. INDIAN FISCAL FEDERALISM

35. FINANCE COMMISSIONS AT WORK

36. LOCAL FINANCE

37. WAR FINANCE

38. CENTRAL AND STATE FINANCES : REVENUE (TAX AND NON-TAX) 528 AND EXPENDITURE

39. ENQUIRY COMMITTEE REPORTS ON INDIAN TAXATION

40. INDIA’S PUBLIC DEBT

41. INDIAN FISCAL POLICY IN THE POST-REFORM PERIOD

42. SOME IMPORTANT INDIAN TAXES

43. CENTRAL BUDGET 2012-13

44. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE TENTH, ELEVENTH, TWELFTH AND THIRTEENTH FINANCE COMMISSIONS

45. REPORT OF THE TASK FORCES ON DIRECT AND INDIRECT TAXES

46. FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY LEGISLATION

47. PENSION REFORMS

APPENDIX

INDEX