The purpose of this course is to provide students with concepts and knowledge that help them understand the public financial problems facing society, and expand their awareness of public expenditures and their divisions and the goals that they seek to accomplish, as well as an analysis of the causes of increased public expenditures and their potential economic impacts, especially in the area of increased production. The course also aims to provide students with the necessary skills that enable them to research the basic rules of taxation and the problems they face and classify their different types and assess their expected economic impacts. The objective also extends to include the skills needed to evaluate public loans and analyze their economic and social characteristics and impacts. Finally, the course aims to provide students with the skills that enable them to understand the essence of the state’s public budget and discuss its basic principles.
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