Finances publiques citoyennes

LGDJ

Cet ouvrage juridique ne se veut pas un nouveau manuel de finances publiques comme il en existe bien d'autres. L'idée de ces finances publiques citoyennes est d'accorder au citoyen la place qu'il mériterait tant dans la présentation académique du système financier public que dans le fonctionnement même de celui-ci. En effet, à tort ou à raison - et les études rassemblées dans cet ouvrage collectif permettront de se faire une idée précise de la chose -, le citoyen paraît être désormais le grand oublié des finances publiques. Pourtant, il convient de ne pas perdre de vue que le droit des finances publiques est par essence citoyen (l'expression « finances publiques citoyennes » paraît même être un pléonasme), puisqu'il concerne le devenir de recettes, provenant pour beaucoup du citoyen (par les impôts qu'il acquittera immanquablement soit en tant que contribuable, soit en tant que consommateur), et de dépenses à des fins de service public gratuit (dont le citoyen sera le bénéficiaire continu).
Une réflexion sur la place du citoyen dans les finances publiques peut paraître utopique, complexe, voire inutile. Mais, au travers d'études sur les finances étatiques, européennes, sociales et locales, la réflexion sur les finances publiques citoyennes acquiert ici une première consistance. Il ne s'agit pas de bâtir une nouvelle doctrine ou de vouloir imposer une vision dogmatique détachée de tout sens de la réalité, mais d'engager une réflexion juridique sur la relation entre le citoyen et les finances de sa Cité, relation ne devant être ni distendue ni indifférente.
Ces finances publiques citoyennes veulent rappeler que le citoyen doit être au centre des finances publiques, qui sont elles-mêmes à son service.
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Paul Amselek, Eloïse Beauvironnet, Ramu de Bellescize, Jocelyn Bénéteau, Katia Blairon, Michel Borgetto, Jean-François Boudet, Laure-Alice Bouvier, Michel Bouvier, Xavier Cabannes, Lucie Cluzel-Métayer, Emmanuel de Crouy-Chanel, Stéphanie Damarey, Bruno Daugeron, Etienne Douat, Anne-Claire Dufour, Alexandre Dumont, Antoine Faye, Alexandre Guigue, Céline Husson-Rochcongar, Isabelle Muller-Quoy, Rémi Pellet, Audrey Rosa, Patrick Vassart et Franck Waserman.

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LGDJ
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Published on
May 3, 2017
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Pages
330
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ISBN
9782275057873
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Language
French
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Law / Taxation
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