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

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4.1 Calculation of P ratios 58
4.2 Japanese P ratios excluding corporate income taxes 60
A4.1 Simulation data: MOF’s discretionary budget 66
5.1 US government debt 79
11.1 Average and dispersion of protection (effective rates of protection) 180
12.1 Belgium: currency composition of foreign public debt (percentage terms) 216
12.2 Denmark: currency composition of foreign public debt (percentage terms) 218
12.3 Ireland: currency composition of foreign public debt (percentage terms) 219
12.4 New Zealand: currency composition of foreign public debt (percentage terms) 220
12.5 Sweden: currency composition of foreign public debt (percentage terms) 221
12.6a Correlations between real interest costs and productivity shocks, Belgium, Denmark and Ireland 223
12.6b Correlation between real interest costs and productivity shocks, Italy, New Zealand and Sweden 224
12.7a Correlations between real interest costs and public spending shocks, Belgium, Denmark and Ireland 225
12.7b Correlations between real interest costs and public spending shocks, Italy, New Zealand and Sweden 226
13.1 Impact of lags on real government purchasing power 247
A13.1 Survey of expenditure procedures 254
A13.2 Typical expenditure lags (in weeks) 257
A13.3 Typical cash-holding lags (in days) 257
A13.4 Indexation for inflation: survey of practices in selected countries 258
14.1 Sample composition (percentage of the total in parenthesis) 282
14.2 Auction technique (percentage distribution: 42 countries) 283

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