Macroeconomic Dimensions of Public Finance: Essays in Honour of Vito Tanzi

By Mario I. Blejer; Teresa Ter-Minassian | Go to book overview

FIGURES
4.1 The cost and benefit of a ministry’s service 42
4.2 The MOF’s optimum output 43
4.3 The MOF’s optimal pre-revival negotiation output 54
4.4 Size of MOF’s discretionary budget 55
A4.1 Trends of fiscal deficit in major selected countries 63
A4.2 Comparison of P ratios between USA and Japan 64
A4.3 Comparison of P ratios between Japan and USA 65
5.1 Specific taxes as a percentage of total tax revenue, selected years 1967, 1977, 1990 84
5.2 Federal government revenue by source, 1989-90 88
5.3 State and local government revenue by major financial sector and source, 1989-90 88
8.1 The Mundell-Fleming model 132
8.2 The Swan diagram 133
12.1a Basic balance and changes in foreign currency debt, Belgium, Denmark and Ireland 208
12.1b Basic balance and changes in foreign currency debt, Italy, New Zealand and Sweden 209
12.2a Debt to GDP ratios, Belgium, Denmark and Ireland 214
12.2b Debt to GDP ratios, Italy, New Zealand and Sweden 215
12.3 Ratio of foreign debt to total debt 217
13.1 Time path of the procurement process (schematic) 237
13.2 Argentina: inflation indicators, 1967-79 243
13.3 Actual and notional expenditure lags 245
13.4 Impact of inflation on real tax revenue and real expenditure 247
13.5 Impact of change in rate of inflation on real tax revenue and real expenditure 248
13.6 Lines of equal change in inflation 249
13.7 Summary of the impact of inflation on real government purchasing power 250
16.1 Seigniorage and inflation in the long run 398
18.1 Total public sector deficit 443

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