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Wagners law of expanding state activity.

Richard Miller Bird

Wagners law of expanding state activity.

by Richard Miller Bird

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Published by Institute for the Quantitative Analysis of Social and Economic Policy, University of Toronto in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wagner, Adolph, -- 1835-1917,
  • Expenditures, Public

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHJ7451 B57
    The Physical Object
    Pagination26 p.
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18072700M

    Public Administration A study of the policy-making process in the American political system. Emphasis will be placed on administrative and organizational theory; selected cases of the practice of administration at the federal, state and local levels, and the differences between public and private administration. Wagner's law of public expenditure: do recent cross-section studies confirm it? (English) Abstract. Conflicting empirical findings of various cross-section studies of Wagner's Law of public expenditures are examined. It has generally been believed that the share of government expenditure in GNP tends to rise along with GNP per capita. There Cited by:

    Your next book is The Wagner Compendium: A Guide to Wagner’s Life and Music (). Why have you chosen this? Because it’s compendious. It does have a lot of contributors, edited by Barry Millington. He has some useful things in there, like a very good chapter about mistakes that everybody makes about Wagner, for example, that more books have been written about . law of increasing state activity has received much attention, postulating a positive correla-tion between economic growth and government activity in the long-run. Wagner explains this nexus with an ongoing ‘cultural and economic progress’ (Wagner (): ) which substitutes private economic activity for state activity.

    first postulated by the German political economist Adolph Wagner. The so called “law of increasing state activity” maintained that there is both and absolute and a relative expansion of the public sector (including central and local government’s bodies and public enterprises), at the cost of the growth in the private sector (Wagner, ).File Size: KB. Wagners is a former settlement in Butte County, California. It was located 9 miles (14 km) north-northwest of Clipper Mills, [2] at an elevation of feet Country: United States.


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Wagner's Law of Expanding State Activity Article (PDF Available) in Public finance = Finances publiques 26(1) January with 5, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Corrections. All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors.

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Wagner's law, known as the law of increasing state spending, is a principle named after the German economist Adolph Wagner (–). He first observed it for his own country and then for other countries.

The theory holds that for any country, that public expenditure rises constantly as income growth expands. By Richard Bird; Wagner's o Law' of Expanding State Activity. Wagner's o Law' of Expanding State Activity.

Richard Bird (). Public Finance = Finances publiques,vol. 26, issue 1, Date: References: Add references at CitEc Citations: View citations in EconPapers (56) Track citations by RSS feed There are no downloads for this item, see the EconPapers FAQ Cited by: Check class action lawsuits we are currently involved in or investigating.

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Adolph Wagner formulated the law of increasing public expenditures in which is popularly known as Wagner’s hypothesis or Wagner's law.

The law suggests that the share of the public sector in the economy will rise as economic growth proceeds, owing to the intensification of existing activities and extension of new by: 7. Download Limit Exceeded You have exceeded your daily download allowance. law for example: Ju Huang (), Islam ().

And there are few studies that found mixed results for supporting Wagner’s law that refer to study of Afzal and Abbas (), Narayan et al ().

Table 2 shows the empirical findings of the test of Wagner’s law. Table 2. Selected empirical findings on Wagner’s law. ADVERTISEMENTS: This article throws light upon the top three theories for the analysis of public expenditure growth.

The theories are: Theory # 1. Wagner’s Hypothesis: Adolf Wagner a noted German political economist () pro­pounded an empirical law to analyses and explains the trend in the growth of public expenditure. Wagner argued that a functional, cause [ ].

Downloadable. Wagner’s Law is the first model of public spending in the history of public finance. Wagner’s ‘law’ of expanding state activity, is the proposition that there is a long run propensity for government expenditure to grow relative to national income.

This paper tests Wagner’s Law for India, using annual time series data covering the period   Acute-Sublethal Copper Effects on Phagocytosis and Lysozyme Activity in the Earthworm Amynthas hawayanus. Isotopic and hydrochemical composition of runoff in the Urumqi River, Tianshan Mountains, China.

The present state of the leech fauna (Annelida, Hirudinea) in the Upper Irtysh cascade of water reservoirs. Moreover, in previous empirical studies state activity was almost always replaced by public spending, and hence Wagner’s Law was effectively narrowed down to the “Law of Increasing State Spending”.

This paper is an attempt to restore Wagner’s : László Kónya, Bekzod Abdullaev. conclusion isthe substance of Wagners law.1Based on this theoretical background this paper is an attempt to verify empirically validation of the Wagners law for the Indian economy. This paper organized in different sections.

In Section-2 the earlier studies made in this direction is Size: KB. Wagner’s ‘Law’ Wagner states quite categorically that his ‘law’ is an ‘empirically observed uniformity’ by which, as the national economy grows, the public sector will grow at a faster rate than the private sector (Wagner,p).Cited by: 4.

Wagner Law of Increasing State Activity – Public Expenditure. AN APPLICATION OF WAGNER’S ‘LAW’ OF EXPANDING STATE ACTIVITY TO TOTALLY DIVERSE COUNTRIES. Adolph Wagner in his classic book, Grundlegung der Politischen Ökonomie () formulated a ‘law’ of expanding state activity.

Abstract. Wagner's 'law of increasing state activity' has recently been subjected to intens-ive use of recondite econometric testing procedures. An examination of the relevant articles reveals ignorance both of Wagner's definition of 'state activity' and of his insistence that he was not engaged in prediction.

Wagner’s Law Revisited: The Case of Nigerian. 20 substitute public for private activity; (2) economic growth would result in increased need for cultural and welfare services, which are assumed to be income elastic; (3) State participation would be inevitable to provide the capital funds to finance large-scale projects made toFile Size: KB.

whether Wagner’s law of expanding state activity on the long run is applicable and extendable to other environmental contexts. The paper discusses the applicability of Wagner’s model and hypothesis to Nigeria.

The study adopts the ordinary least squares (OLS) quantitative analysis to test the proposition. Results show that theAuthor: Patrick Ohunmah Igudia. According to Adolph Wagner’s “Law of Increasing State Activity” economic development is accompanied by an increasing role of state activities and functions.

Unfortunately, this view has never been stated explicitly by Wagner and the lack of a precise mathematical formulation led researchers to use various and sometimes incomparable : László Kónya, Bekzod Abdullaev.TESTING FOR WAGNER’S LAW ON GREE (Print), (Online) 26 K ECONOMY BigBen Chukwuma Ogbonna Department of Economics Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Nigeria ABSTRACT: This paper examines the plausibility of Wagner’s ‘law’ for Greece for the period – The paper uses modern time-series econometric techniques.Wagner established a relation between ‘economic progress’ and the ‘growth of state activity’, makes it difficult to test the law.

In this work, in addition to the basic specifications tested in Mann () and Chang, et al. (), four more versions of the law are analyzed utilizing disaggregated data.