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updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
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Week 3 Lecture 7 Theory of Public Choice (Direct Democracy Representative Democracy) T-1 RW-8 Discussion of the possibilities of finding the public's preferences through democratic means. Assessing the effectiveness of direct and representative democracy in revealing public choice. Lecture 8 Theory of Public Choice (The Leviathan Hypothesis) T-1 OR-5 The public choice problem as explained by the Leviathan hypothesis ansd the importance of classes and interest groups in choice making The ability to evaluate the impact of classes and interest groups in making public choice for social goods case study Theory of Public Choice (Classes and interest groups) T-1 OR-5 The public choice problem as explained by the Leviathan hypothesis ansd the importance of classes and interest groups in choice making The ability to evaluate the impact of classes and interest groups in making public choice for social goods case study Lecture 9 Equity in Distribution (Approaches to distributive justice) T-1 RW-6 Discussion on the concept of distributive justice and the constraints in redistribution. Ability to apply the yardsticks of distributive justice to the distribution process in the economy. Equity in Distribution (Limits to redistribution) T-1 RW-6 Discussion on the concept of distributive justice and the constraints in redistribution. Ability to apply the yardsticks of distributive justice to the distribution process in the economy. Week 4 Lecture 10 Economics of Taxation (Benefit principle) T-1 OR-4 The features and the rationale of the ability to pay principle and the benefit principle of taxation to compare the two ideologies and assess its applicability Economics of Taxation (Ability to pay principle) T-1 OR-4 The features and the rationale of the ability to pay principle and the benefit principle of taxation to compare the two ideologies and assess its applicability Lecture 11 Economics of Taxation (Taxable capacity) T-1 OR-1 Lindahl's explanation of tax burden To explore the applicability of Lindahl's solution Economics of Taxation (Lindhal's Solution) T-1 OR-1 Lindahl's explanation of tax burden To explore the applicability of Lindahl's solution An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
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Week 4 Lecture 12 Economics of Taxation (Incidence of taxation) T-1 OR-2 Discuss the incidence and tax shifting To relate the taxable capacity of a country to the tax structure and verify whether the tax structure is optimal.
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