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Revenue risk and revenue timing: a view from rational choice politics

Published on 01 May 09 by "AUSTRALIAN TAX FORUM" JOURNAL ARTICLE

In the paper we sketch out the relative importance of revenue risk and electoral/political risk in a series of alternative models of electoral process. The sketches canvass how the attitude of governments to electoral/political risk, and second, their intertemporal attitudes to such risk, might impact on public expenditure programs and the time profile of public expenditure and revenue.

Author profiles

Michael BROOKS
Michael works for the Australian National University, Duke University and University of North Carolina; and University of Tasmania.
Current at May 2009 - Current at 19 May 2009
Geoffrey BRENNAN
Geoffrey works for the Australian National University, Duke University and University of North Carolina; and University of Tasmania.
Current at May 2009 - Current at 19 May 2009

 

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