INDEX
Administration, cost of, and revenue raising, 53
Ad valorem duties, difficulty of valuation for, 141
Aggregate sacrifice: amount of, considered, 88, 89; announcement of, and tax formulae, 73; distribution of taxation and, 73; factors affecting, 73; in widest sense, 79
Agricultural communities, protective duties and, 221
Alcoholic drink, taxation of, 57
Allowance, family: British income- tax system and, 102; equality of sacrifice and, 101, 102; in- come-tax and, 101-3
Announcement aspects, tax schemes and their, 121, 122-9
Announcement considerations, synthesis of, and distributional considerations, 92-6
Announcement effects: of progressive tax formulae, 73, 74, 96 of taxes, further definition, 95; principle of least sacrifice and, 83-91
Annuities, terminable, income tax and, 99 n.
Anti-social activities, compensation and, 16-18
Army, 19
Assessment, object of, 62; and money income, 98
Australia, taxation of land values in, 169 South, tax on unimproved land values in, 169
Austria: difficulties of return to gold standard in, 281; financial strain of Peace Treaty, 275; public loans in, 232
Average rate of tax, 64, 65
Bachelors, income tax and, 101, 102, 105
Bank Act of 1844, the Great War and, 263
Bank balances: direct government borrowing of, 261; how calculated, 260 n.; proportion to liabilities, 276; purchased for currency notes, 261
Bank credits: creation of, effect on purchasing power, 266 finance by, 256-69; aftermath of, 274-85; alternative methods, 258-62; compared with loans, 267; distributional view, 266, 267; for payment of floating debt, 275, 276; form of taxation, 266; general conclusions, 269; inferior on distributional side, 266, 267; mechanism, 258-62; oppressive to the poor, 266 loan finance and, 246, 250
Bank of England, credit creation and, 258-69; currency notes and, 265, 266
Bank rate, enforced high, as means of controlling credit creation, 277; normal effect on borrowing, 262
Banks, probable opposition to special levy, 307
Barbour, Sir D., on regressive nature of commodity taxes, 142
Barter theory of foreign trade, 198
Bastable, Professor, on undesirability of loan finance, 247
Battleships, 50, 52
"Beneficial" undertakings of government, 43
Bernouilli, hypothesis of satisfaction from income, 111
Betterment, principle of, in relation to compensation, 14
Bounties, 119, 120; export, since the Great War, 225; versus import duties, 226

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