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Spending Without TaxationFILP and the Politics of Public Finance in Japan$

Gene Park

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780804773300

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: June 2013

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804773300.001.0001

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(p.ix) Figures and Tables

(p.ix) Figures and Tables

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Spending Without Taxation
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Figures

  1. 1.1 Government Outlays as a Percentage of GDP for All OECD Countries, 1960 and 1970 8

  2. 1.2 Government Receipts as a Percentage of GDP for All OECD Countries, 1960 and 1970 9

  3. 2.1 The Old FILP System 26

  4. 2.2 The New FILP System 32

  5. 2.3 Growth of FILP, 1953–2001 33

  6. 2.4 FILP relative to the General Account Budget, 1953–2000 34

  7. 2.5 Public Fixed Capital Investment and Government Receipts, 1970 42

  8. 2.6 Public Fixed Capital Investment, 1999 43

  9. 3.1 Factors behind the Establishment of FILP 57

  10. 4.1 Change in Budget and FILP Plan during Revival Budget Negotiations, 1954–1965 107

  11. 4.2 Interest Rates, 1951–1970 109

  12. 4.3 Change in Supplementary Budget and FILP Plan during Negotiations, 1954–1965 110

  13. 4.4 The Structure of FILP 116

  14. 4.5 Considering a Counterfactual: Options If FILP Did Not Exist 118

  15. 5.1 Testing the Causal Pathways 123

  16. (p.x) 5.2 The FILP Variables 125

  17. 6.1 Budget Spending as a Share of GDP, 1970–1989 145

  18. 6.2 Bond Dependency Ratio, 1967–1989 145

  19. 6.3 Road Financing, 1954–2005 153

  20. 6.4 TFBF Lending to the Local Fiscal Allocation Special Account, 1970–1990 158

  21. 6.5 Repayment Burden for Lending to Local Allocation Special Account, 1975–1990 159

  22. 6.6 Total Local Government Bonds in the Local Government Debt Plan, 1970–1990 160

  23. 6.7 TFBF and JFCME Purchase of Local Government Bonds, 1970–1990 161

  24. 6.8 Absorption of Local Government Bonds Using Public Funds, 1970–1990 162

  25. 6.9 TFBF and Postal Savings Share of New Government Bond Issues, 1970–1990 163

  26. 6.10 TFBF and Postal Savings Purchase of Government Bonds, 1970–1990 163

  27. 6.11 Interest Rates, 1970–1990 171

  28. 7.1 Postal Savings Deposits as a Share of Total Household Savings, 1990–1999 179

  29. 7.2 TFBF and JFCME Purchase of Local Government Bonds, 1990–2000 182

  30. 7.3 TFBF and Postal Savings Purchase of Government Bonds, 1990–2000 183

  31. 7.4 TFBF and Postal Savings Share of New Government Bond Issues, 1990–2000 183

  32. 7.5 FILP Allocations, 1990–2001 215

  33. 8.1 Declining Size of the FILP Plan, 2000–2009 221

  34. 9.1 Relative size of budget and policy finance, 2004 254