From the point of view of public finance research, this book is a
little quaint. A typical court of audit judges only what is put
before it. In these essays it is argued that the judge should
search for alternative actions that could have been taken and
change thereby the records presented. This is different in that
traditional public finance talks about some unknown entity whose
well being a benign president should implement. We are not
particularly impressed with this model. Our way of reasoning is
that we want to talk about alternatives.
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