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Volume X, issue 1, 2012

The Causal Relationship Between Government Spending and Revenue in an Oil-Dependent Economy: The Case of Nigeria pp. 6-21
Omo Aregbeyen and Taofik Ibrahim
An Analysis of Pattern and Determinants of Public Expenditure on Health in Andhra Pradesh, India pp. 22-35
T Subba Lakshmi, Prasant Panda and Himanshu Rout
Automatic Stabilizers in Israel: The Tax Burden pp. 36-45
Yaron Zelekha
Central Government Revenue and Expenditure Relationship in Indian Economy: An Alternative Approach Based on Beveridge-Nelson Decomposition pp. 46-67
Suman Sikdar and C K Mukhopadhyay

Volume IX, issue 4, 2011

Political Economy of Government Revenues: An Analysis of Orissa pp. 7-18
Tushar Das
Examining the Convergence in the Economic Growth of Indian States pp. 19-27
Mukund Kumar
Understanding the Revenue Productivity of Value Added Tax pp. 28-40
Jose Sebastian
Perception of Tax Professionals Regarding Income Tax Administration in India pp. 41-55
Vaneeta Rani and R S Arora
Development Agencies’ Support to States for Fiscal Reforms in India pp. 56-79
Ratna Vadra

Volume IX, issue 3, 2011

Causal Nexus Between Public Health Expenditure and Economic Growth in Four Southern Indian States pp. 7-22
B Balaji
Impact of Liberalization on Foreign Direct Investment: An Empirical Analysis of Indian Economy in Post-Reform Period pp. 23-33
Jatinder Singh, Shashi Ranjan Jha and Yadawendra Singh
Public Education Spending and Outcomes: Puzzle of Skipping and Completing School pp. 34-40
Eiji Yamamura
Central Government Revenue and Expenditure Relationship in the Economy of India: An Econometric Study pp. 41-57
Suman Sikdar and C K Mukhopadhyay
Measuring Fiscal Performance of Orissa Using Composite Index Model pp. 58-73
Ajit Kumar Dash

Volume IX, issue 2, 2011

Indian Civil Servants Pension Liability Projections: An Alternative Framework pp. 7-29
Ayanendu Sanyal, K Gayithri and S Erappa
Composition of Public Expenditure on Health and Economic Growth: A Cointegration Analysis and Causality Testing pp. 30-43
Subhalaxmi Mohapatra and Padmaja Mishra
Trends and Tax Buoyancy in Corporation Tax in Pre- and Post-Liberalization Periods in India pp. 44-59
M Suresh and Nabeela Khan

Volume IX, issue 1, 2011

Fiscal Measures in the Bangladesh National Budget of 2009-10: An Appraisal of Income Tax pp. 7-24
Mohammad Faridul Alam and Nikhil Shil
Fragile States! Why Subnational Governments in Nigeria Cannot Subsist on Internally Generated Revenue? pp. 25-53
Chukwuma Agu
Direct Tax Reforms in India: A Comparative Study of Pre- and Post-Liberalization Periods pp. 54-76
Om Parkash and A S Sidhu

Volume VIII, issue 4, 2010

Public Investment and Education Inequality pp. 7-20
Berardino Cesi
Government-Sponsored Development Programs for Rural India: A Case Study of SGSY in Orissa pp. 21-30
Sanjay Kumar Lenka and Amaresh Samantaraya
Non-Keynesian Effects of Fiscal Expansions in Israel pp. 31-38
Yaron Zelekha
Factors Affecting Commercial Bank Lending Practices in the Malaysian Farm Sector pp. 39-57
Mohamad Iruwan bin Ghuslan,, Junaina Muhammad and Sazali Zainal Abidin

Volume VIII, issue 3, 2010

Fiscal Performance of States: An Alternative Approach to Measurement pp. 7-25
A C K Nambiar
Saving and Tax Incidence Revisited pp. 26-35
Richard D McGrath and Richard Cebula
Nexus Between Revenue and Expenditure of Central Government and Implications on Sustainability of Fiscal Policy pp. 36-48
B M Misra and Jeevan Khundrakpam
Fiscal Expenditure and Trading Implications for Economic Growth:The Case of Greece pp. 49-72
Christos Stournaras

Volume VIII, issue 1 & 2, 2010

Efficiency and Equity in the Location of Indivisible Local Public Goods pp. 7-20
Joan Pasqual, Evans Jadotte and Emilio Padilla
Finances of Local Self-Gover pp. 21-47
Paramita Dasgupta
Union Budget, 2009-10: Balanced and Growth-Oriented pp. 48-62
Bheemanagouda and J Madegowda
State of Finances of Uttar Pradesh: Retrospect and Prospect pp. 63-73
Ratna Vadra
Local Public Education and Childless Voting: The Arising of an “Ends with the Middle” Coalition pp. 74-102
Berardino Cesi

Volume VII, issue 3 & 4, 2009

Views Toward Tax Evasion: A Comparative Study of Moldova and Romania pp. 7-24
Robert McGee
Corporate Financing and Tax Environment in India pp. 25-42
J Dennis Rajakumar
A Greater Contribution from Consumption Taxes: An Avenue for Québec to Explore pp. 43-50
Luc Godbout, Matthieu Arseneau and Suzie ST-Cerny
Growth and Determinants of Non-Tax Revenue of Indian States: A Panel Data Study pp. 51-64
Himani Joshi Baxi
An Assessment of Non-Tax Revenue Sources in Bangladesh pp. 65-82
Mohammad Faridul Alam and Nikhil Shil
Political Economy of Determining Own Tax Revenue and Selective State Taxes of Andhra Pradesh, India pp. 83-92
Prasant Panda

Volume VII, issue 2, 2009

Causality Between Government Revenues and Spending in Europe pp. 6-24
Guido Wolswijk
Causality Between Non-Tax Revenue and State Domestic Product: A Study of 20 States in India pp. 25-44
Alok Pandey and Annapurna Dixit
Public Sector Intervention, Economic Growth and Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria pp. 45-68
Lloyd Amaghionyeodiwe

Volume VII, issue 1, 2009

The Revenue-Expenditure Nexus: A Note of Two Cypriot Economies pp. 7-15
Yemane Wolde-Rufael
Impact of Economic Reforms on Panchayat Finance: A Study of the Gram Panchayat Experiment in North Bengal pp. 16-34
Tapan Kumar Ghosh
Fund Mobilization in Small Saving Schemes: A Critical Review pp. 35-52
R Kasilingam and G Jayabal
Financing Unemployment Benefits Through Fiscal Policies and Increasing Competition pp. 53-67
Antonio Sciala' and Riccardo Tilli

Volume VI, issue 4, 2008

Grants versus Tax Sharing: The Extent of Central Government Control pp. 7-28
Graeme D Roy
Wagner’s Law versus Keynesian Hypothesis: New Evidence from Recursive Regression-Based Causality Approaches pp. 29-38
Chor Foon Tang
Public Expenditure on Health in India: Growth and Management pp. 39-61
Subhalaxmi Mohapatra and Swati Mohapatra
Subsidy is Worse than Tax pp. 62-71
William Barnett, Jerry W Dauterive and Walter Block
An Investigation on the Government Intervention in Wheat Market in Turkey pp. 72-78
Afsin Sahin

Volume VI, issue 3, 2008

Constraining the Spending Behavior of Subnational Governments Through Borrowing Limitation: The Case of Malaysia pp. 7-28
Ahmad Zafarullah Abdul Jalil and Noor Al-Huda Abdul Karim
Asymmetric Information and Regional Transfers: Federalism versus Devolution pp. 29-48
Luciano Greco
The Cost of Risk Sharing: The Effects of Savings Subsidization and Longevity on Gifts, Fertility and Savings pp. 49-59
Brian Dollery Chong Mun Ho and Qing Bin Liu
Government Expenditure and Economic Growth: Evidence from India pp. 60-69
Ranjan Kumar Dash and Chandan Sharma

Volume VI, issue 2, 2008

State’s Underfunding of Pension in India pp. 7-20
Debasmita Panigrahi, Rohit Gupta and Prabina Rajib
An Analysis of Corporation Tax Revenue Efficiency in India pp. 21-33
Nitin Kumar
Growth and Sensitivity Analysis of the Indian Tax System pp. 34-44
M John Kennedy and K Gnanaguru
Defence Expenditure and Economic Growth in Malaysia: A Reassessment Using Bounds and Modified Wald Tests pp. 45-51
Chor Foon Tang
Local Government Finance in India: Trends and Patterns of Select Municipal Corporations pp. 52-73
Ramakrishna Nallathiga

Volume VI, issue 1, 2008

Fiscal Crises in the US Cities: Structural and Non-Structural Causes pp. 7-51
Guntram Wolff
The Tax-Spend Debate: Time Series Evidence from Sarawak Municipals, 1975-2003 pp. 52-65
Muzafar Shah Habibullah and A M Dayang-Affizzah
Foreign Direct Investment in India During the Post-Liberalization Period pp. 66-76
S Rameshkumar and V Alagappan
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