La teoria dell’illusione finanziaria di Amilcare Puviani by Andrea Farina and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Amilcare Puviani (Q). Italian economist. edit . edit. dewiki Amilcare Puviani; eswiki Amilcare Puviani; frwiki Amilcare Puviani; itwiki Amilcare Puviani . Teoria della illusione finanziaria. Front Cover. Amilcare Puviani, Franco Volpi. ISEDI, Istituto Editoriale Internazionale, – Finance, Public – pages.
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Public choice theory Fiscal policy Theory of taxation. Another example of fiscal illusion can be seen in local property tax politics.
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This page was last edited on 15 Juneat All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from January Since some or all taxpayers benefit from government expenditures from these unobserved or hidden revenues, the public’s appetite for government expenditures increases, thus providing politicians incentive to expand the size of government.
Mourao attempts to quantify fiscal amlicare empirically for almost 70 democracies since Finally, another example of fiscal illusion may be seen in deficit spending. Buchanan and Richard E. In this case, however, it must be noted that economic theory suggests that only taxes falling on new structures and amilcae will be passed on; taxes on existing structures with deductions for maintenance and on land are not expected to be passed on as they do not affect the returns to new housing investment, and therefore housing supply.
Fiscal illusion has been used to explain the flypaper effect often seen when a higher level of government provides a grant to a lower level of government. Wagner suggest that the complicated nature of the U.
Fiscal illusion is invoked as an explanation because the local taxpayers are not fully aware of the grant as a source of the local government’s revenue. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Here, instead of reducing taxes in order to pass on the benefits of the grant to local taxpayers, the grant-receiving body increases expenditures in order to expand local services in some way. Here renters, who do not pay local property taxes directly, may vote for an expansion of local government services.
In this case, upviani have a material interest in land tax increases used to fund local services or infrastructure, and their agitation for such cannot be considered a case of fiscal illusion. The Political Legacy of Lord Keynes. Fiscal illusion theory suggests they support this policy because its cost is masked by its roundabout nature through an increase in their rent payments.
In their book Democracy in DeficitJames M. Retrieved from ” https: Tax cuts and deficit spending, he argues, make the cost of government appear to be cheaper than it otherwise would be.