Public economics (or economics of the public sector) is the study of economic issues concerning the public sector (including government) and its interface with the private sector (including households, businesses, and markets) in a mixed economy. It has been described as an amalgam of two older fields, (applied) public finance and welfare economics, each edging toward disrepute, to the benefit of both.
Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Historical Literature; O. K. Holladay, chairman; Running title: Committee on taxation General assessment bill: p. 53-103
Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection
Subject: Teachers; Teachers; Teachers
The 1st series is a collection chiefly of medieval documents, supplemented by the Appendice in 9 vols. containing minor documents, letters, bibliographical and biographical notices. Beginning with the new series in 1855 the Archivio contains Documenti e memorie, Rassegna bibliografica, Necrologie correspondenza, annunzi bibliografici, etc.
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The author's Lustspiele, ed. by H. Palm, in v. 138 of this collection; his Trauerspiele in v. 162.
The beginning part of the book has the same page.