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Asia Region. World Bank Europe and Central Asia Chief Economist’s Regional Working Paper Series 1 (4). Thomaj , E. ( 2015 ): Analysis of Public Expenditures in Support of

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. Halásková , M. – Halásková , R. ( 2017 ): Public Expenditures in Areas of Public Sector: Analysis and Evaluation in EU Countries . Scientific Papers of the University of Pardubice – Series D 40 ( 2 ): 49 – 60

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Le, M.V. - Suruga, T. (2005): Foreign Direct Investment, Public Expenditure and Economic Growth: The Empirical Evidence for the Period 1970–2001. Applied Economics Letters , 12(1): 45–49. Suruga T

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public expenditure, some of which may foster economic growth. The discussion on the impact of the tax structure on growth is mainly focused on the relative merits of direct vs indirect taxes, and especially on their ability to create a more growth

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from the time period between 2006 and 2015. At the input side, we analyze mainly the public expenditure into selected sectors. At the output side, we focus on the number of research publications, number of patents filed by the public sector and the

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. Arrow , K. J. ( 1969 ): The Organisation of Economic Activity: Issues Pertinent to the Choice of Market Versus Non Market Allocation . In: The Analysis and Evaluation of Public Expenditure: The PPB System . Vol. I. US Joint Committee

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors: GheorghiŢa Dincă, Marius Sorin Dincă, and Maria LetiŢia Andronic

1 Introduction This study aimed to identify the most efficient healthcare systems using a sample of 17 EU states. The health sector is an area where public expenditures are of a great importance so that the findings of this study would have strong

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International Review of Applied Sciences and Engineering
Authors: Norbert Novák, Péter Miklós Kőmíves, Mónika Harangi-Rákos, and Károly Pető

more attractive for investors public expenditures needed to be completed in order to satisfy – for example – the infrastructural needs of the investors. In this case the public expenditures could be covered by local fiscal resources mostly based on the

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, Bangladesh, Australia and the United States. In 2007–08, public expenditure on education as % of GDP was 3.81 % and as a percentage of Government budget was 16.80 %. The public expenditure on higher education as a percentage of GDP was 0.4 % in 2007

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– In 2006, total drug-related public expenditure (2) represented 0.05% of GDP, with 63.3% for public order and safety, 14.8% for treatment, 7.6% for prevention, 1.8% for coordination, 1.3% for education, 0.9% for harm reduction, and 10.3% for other

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