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Author
Dobija Mieczysław (Cracow University of Economics, Poland)
Title
Financing Labour in the Public Sector without Tax Funds
Source
Argumenta Oeconomica Cracoviensia, 2005, no 4, s. 5-20, rys., tab., bibliogr. 19 poz.
Keyword
Rachunkowość, Praca, Sektor publiczny, Rachunkowość finansowa, Opodatkowanie, Podatki, Gospodarka towarowo-pieniężna, Polityka pieniężna
Accounting, Labour, Public sector, Financial accounting, Taxation, Taxes, Money-goods economy, Monetary policy
Abstract
The money economy is undoubtedly one of humanity's greatest achievements. The benefits could be even greater if the role of money were better understood as a result of research done on accounting records of wage (salary) receivables. It has been shown that money arises as an accounting record of productive labour. It would then become clear that a schoolteacher's salary determines his/her access to total GDP. No difference exists between the teacher and a manufacturing worker's useful labour in terms of value-added to the economy. A common determinant of both employees' input into the economy is their labour productivity factor. A better understanding of the role of money allows us to accept the idea that labour itself finances access to GDP through intrinsic value to the economy. This idea leads to practical tax reduction solutions because there is no need to collect money in order to pay employees working in public service. (fragment of original text)
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1642-168X
Language
eng
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