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Title: Reviewing National Fiscal Deficit of Fiscal Sociology: The case of Taiwan
Authors: Chang, Chia-Jen
Contributors: 公共事務與公民教育學系
Date: 2011-08
Issue Date: 2013-02-05T03:01:33Z
Abstract: Fiscal sociology to the fiscal problem basically considers the whole society is an organic society and public finance is only part of the whole society, and they both exercise class (group) analysis to investigate the fiscal problem. Fiscal sociology considers fiscal deficit is just a syndrome. That is, the conflicts of economic benefits, no matter coming from social, production or environmental problems, will all result in the fiscal deficit, which means it is economical, political and social crisis that hides behind fiscal deficits. We may understand the forming basis for fiscal deficit by investigating the change of the basic lifestyle in Taiwan society and the transition of social organizational structure. Therefore, to systematically analyze Taiwan society’s internal forming structure at this post industrial era can manage the crux of fiscal deficit.
Relation: DENVER 2011 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting , Denver, Colorado, U.S.A.
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