Public finance is a field of economics concerned with paying for collective or governmental activities, and with the administration and design of those activities. The field is often divided into questions of what the government or collective organizations should do or are doing, and questions of how to pay for those activities. The broader term, public economics, and the narrower term, government finance, are also often used.
Subject: Discount; Federal Reserve banks
Boswell's correspondence has reprint of original t.-p., the Journal has special half-title
Paoli, Pasquale, 1725-1807
Canals ; Chesapeake and Ohio Canal
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Includes text to the Federal Reserve Act, as amended to May 1918.
Excerpt: The purpose of this report is to analyze two specific pension reform scenarios suggested by the Central Bank, as modified based on discussions with me. This report is part of a series of reports prepared for the govern-ment of Armenia in support of its ef ...
Committee: H.C. Adams, G.W. Knight, D.R. Dewey, Charles Moore, F.S. Goodnow, Arthur Yager ; Subject: Pumping machinery