Sull'economia finanziaria di Cesare Cosciani
Cosciani’s aim is the study of the economic reasons, forms and repercussions onto the market of state intervention. Starting from the insufficiency of economic freedom in maximizing social welfare, budgetary policy is considered to substitute public choices for market decisions: coercion becomes its distinctive feature, marking the difference between public finance and "general" economics.
Volume (Year): LXIV (2009)
Issue (Month): 97 ()
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