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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

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