Stephen Greenblatt enumerates some of these structures: Shakespeare's Venice exhibits conflicts between the old law and the new law, between justice and mercy, between revenge and love, between thrift and prodigality, between 'Jewish fiscalism
and Gentile mercantilism'--in fact, between all the qualities commonly associated with Jew and Gentile.
Into the early Song, the economic role of government was essentially Confucian; state and economy were viewed as symbiotic (a philosophy known as fiscalism
), so officials were encouraged to practice wu-wei (no action or laissez-faire) and pacifism (Hu 2006).
47 Modernization of the army and military fiscalism
was initiated in South India during the time of Tipu Sultan, who coercively contested the contending claims of sovereignty by the rajas and created a centralized revenue administration, which replaced the tribute system by revenue collection through Amildars (non-local state officials).
Within this we learn of transnational political economy of civil war in Afghanistan, military fiscalism
in Sri Lanka, aid and violence in Nepal, rise of jihadi militancy in Pakistan, Armed Forces Special Powers Act in India and economics of military junta in Myanmar.
"The formation of a thriving shadow economy mitigated the effects of [state] fiscalism
and protectionism to broaden the market for consumer goods," Kwass claims.
The ten selections that make up the bulk of the text provide an introduction to sovereignty, development, and civil war, and cover the contextualizing of civil wars in South Asia, military fiscalism
and the politics of civil war in Sri Lanka, the transnational political economy of the civil war in Afghanistan, and a variety of other related subjects.
However, it may be assumed that the imposition of a more efficient tax and leaving without any changes the remaining elements of the tax system will result in considerable fiscalism
(primarily for the owners of residential property).
Below we will present the relationships between the fiscalism
level (10) (the relationship between tax revenues from PIT and social insurance contributions to average annual GDP growth rate, calculated in line with purchasing power parity per inhabitant) and the structure of the tax system, and the economic growth rate for 27 EU countries for 1991-2012 (11).
He finds comparisons here, there, and everywhere--some of Grover Cleveland's fiscalism
, a little of William Jennings Bryan's populism, a dash of Goldwater's rampant right-wingery.
The role of the state in economies measured by the fiscalism
indicator, as well as the scale of regulation and bureaucracy in economy should be reduced.
The deepening fiscal deficit and the new formula for federal fiscalism
, which according to an expert economist "has sown the seeds of fiscal indiscipline", inadvertently, I would add, are sobering.