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100 1_ $aPark, Gene,$d1971-
245 10 $aSpending without taxation$h[electronic resource] :$bFILP and the politics of public finance in Japan /$cGene Park.
260    $aStanford, California :$bStanford University Press,$c2011.
300    $a1 online resource (338 p.)
336    $atext$btxt
337    $acomputer$bc
338    $aonline resource$bcr
490 1_ $aStudies of the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center
500    $aDescription based upon print version of record.
505 0_ $aContents; Figures and Tables; Acknowledgments; 1. Introduction; 2. Understanding the FILP System; Part I: FILP and the Postwar Settlement; 3. The Common Origins of Budget Restraint and FILP, 1945-1953; 4. Balancing Fiscal Policy, Industrialization, and Distributive Politics, 1953-1970; 5. The Electoral Logic of FILP Allocations, 1960-1993; Part II: The Limits of FILP; 6. Pushing the Limits of the FILP Compromise, 1970-1990; 7. The Politics of FILP Reform, 1990-2001; 8. The Koizumi Reforms and the Legacy of FILP, 2001 and After; 9. Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Index
520    $aGovernments confront difficult political choices when they must determine how to balance their spending. But what would happen if a government found a means of spending without taxation? In this book, Gene Park demonstrates how the Japanese government established and mobilized an enormous off-budget spending system, the Fiscal Investment Loan Program (FILP), which drew on postal savings, public pensions, and other funds to pay for its priorities and reduce demands on the budget.Park's book argues that this system underwrote a distinctive postwar political bargain, one that eschewe
546    $aEnglish
504    $aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
650 _0 $aFiscal policy$zJapan$xHistory.
650 _0 $aFinance, Public$zJapan$xHistory.
650 _0 $aTaxation$zJapan$xHistory.
651 _0 $aJapan$xAppropriations and expenditures$xHistory.
651 _0 $aJapan$xPolitics and government$y1945-
655 _4 $aElectronic books.
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830 _0 $aStudies of the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center.
906    $aBOOK

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