Post War Revenues as Extra Nonfiscal Income
50th Anniversary Financial Conference Svishtov; Abagar, Veliko Trnovo, Bulgaria
Posted: 9 Sep 2008 Last revised: 17 Sep 2008
Date Written: April 12, 2002
In the late 1980's and early 1990's, farmer socialist countries in Europe were exposed to democratic processes resulting in the dissolution of a number of complex states and the creation of new independent states, Unlike the USSR and Czechoslovakia, where the process of dissolution went peacefully, farmer Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia fell apart after a war. The Republic of Croatia is one of the countries that emerged after the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia had fallen apart. After the homeland war and partial normalization of relations with the remaining part of ex-Yugoslavia that continued existing as a new state under the name of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Croatia and other newly formed states have started an International initiative far the apportionment of the formerly joint property. During the first half of last year first concrete and efficient steps are taken in the acquisition of succession income. However, t other results regarding the receiving of other post-war income (income from restitution, contributions and reparations) were not achieved. In this paper, we shall more thoroughly discuss two most important forms of post-war non-fiscal income, far which alimentation in the Budget of the Republic of Croatia there are realistic foundations ; these are the post-war reparation and succession income.
Keywords: public income, post-war income, extra income, fiscal income, non-fiscal income
JEL Classification: E6, N4, O1
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