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Examines the borderline among conventional fiscal conception and the actual difficulties of constructing nations. The ethics of redistribution, and the influence at the improvement strategy of the interplay among nationwide nation paperwork and foreign associations are considered.

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The essential public goods comprise not only defence ~md maximum extension of education but also 'certain public works' (his list includes not only roads, bridges, canals and urban water supply but also, interestingly enough, banking). The South Koreans with tlleir nationalised banking systems could claim to be faitl1ful adherents to the teachings of Adam Smith! Last but not least, the essential public goods also include the dispensation of 'justice'. This task of dispensing 'justice' deserves further discussion.

The criteria of age and health, and perhaps of family status, could be proxies for ability to use the land well and produce desired results (that is, Blanchard's norm E). In all cases the proxies are not very accurate indicators; but they are easy to apply and hence good for screening. The screening is not very restrictive, with one exception: the exclusion of women applicants who have husbands working elsewhere. The absentee husband is presumed to be the head of household and is excluded by criterion 7, the prohibition of outside employment The more restrictive criteria used have been 5, 6 and 7 which, like number 3, are criteria of need (norm B).

G. (H. Equality Need Effort expended Money invested Results Ascription Fair procedure Demand & preference). View A is the simplest interpretation. Equity is seen as meaning equality; inequality is seen as inequitable. We need to ask: why? (and Section 5 below will look at some responses); and also equality of what? for one can talk about the distribution of many different types of valuable. 2 Here we refer broadly to equality in receipt of benefits. View B holds that fairness implies distribution to whoever is most in need, not simply whoever is present.

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