Professor Park Submits Book for Publication

Gene Park, assistant professor of political science at Baruch's Weissman School of Arts & Sciences, studies the political economy of Japan — how the Japanese finance their state, tax and use public funds. He also examines why Japan has recently become a debtor country. His book Taxation Without Spending: Financing the Japanese State, the Fiscal Investment Loan Program and the Politics of Public Spending is under review for publication. This new work contrasts Japan’s political economy with other industrially developed nations’. Professor Park holds a Ph.D. from Berkeley.

(From Edited by J D Sallen.)

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