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Title: Discuss the Management of Fiscal Information in Taiwan by Fiscal Sociology
Authors: Chang, Chia-Jen;Chou, Tai-Lung
Contributors: 公共事務與公民教育學系
Keywords: Fiscal information;Fiscal sociology
Date: 2012
Issue Date: 2013-02-05T03:00:59Z
Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract: Taiwan's fiscal transparency exists the following deficiencies--the repeating characters and functions in the government, the vague boundaries of government department, the differential definition of government's debts between Taiwan's regulations and international's, inadequate disclosure of economic hypotheses and fiscal risks, and the contents of budget report without systematically. Furthermore, the unreasonable resources distribution between profession and non-professional hierarchy is the reasons of imbalance between supply and demand of fiscal information in Taiwan.
Relation: Procedia Engineering, 29: 850-855
Appears in Collections:[公共事務與公民教育學系] 期刊論文

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