Consumption, distribution and taxation

Many factors affect the state of consumption, among which scientific research and production are the most powerful internal drives; national redistribution policies – particularly taxes – also significantly affect the state of consumption and determine the level and direction of consumption. The reasonableness of the distribution system and tax policy could even affect scientific research and production, and determine whether social development is dynamic or not.

Section 1 Relations between distribution, consumption and superstructure

Distribution, consumption, and superstructure are three interlinks, whose relationship is like fish and water. The superstructure determines the gross revenue, expenditures, ...

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