Public Economics is a Southern African textbook which deals with the study of the nature, principles, and economic consequences of expenditure, taxation and financing, and the regulatory actions undertaken in the non-profit-making government sector. Written by respected South African experts, the new edition considers tax efficiency, administrative efficiency and flexibility, tax reform, taxation of wealth, a movement towards green energy, and the different views on equity. Information pertaining to budgets and legislation has also been updated.
|E. Calitz, K. Siebrits, T. Steenekamp, T. Ajam, A. Jansen, I. Stuart
|Oxford University press
|Country of Publication
|University of Pretoria, UNISA