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《Journal of Shanghai University of Finance and Economics》 2011-01
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The Rise and Fall of Fiscal Type of FamilyAssets in the Early Empires of China

LIU Shougang(School of Public Economics and Administration,Shanghai Universityof Finance and Economics,Shanghai 200433,China)  
In the early empires of China,monarchs established the fiscal type of family assets through the land property form based on considering the whole country as their own.The aim of the fiscal type of family assets was the achievement of levying taxes according mu,but it had to rely more on head money due to actual conditions.Therefore,foodstuffs from land tax and money from poll tax supported the early empires and met the demand for external expansion and internal balance to some extent because of the empires' currency issue monopoly and their acquisition of business monopoly profits.But the force growth of endogenous powerful class was out of control and finally gave rise to the collapse of the early empires.
【CateGory Index】: F812.9
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