FINANCIAL POLICY COMPONENT PART OF THE STATE'S ECONOMIC POLICY
Abstract:The financial policy is a component of the general policy, in which is integrated, even it has a relative independence, regardless the organization level or functional structure of the society, to which it is addressed. Therefore, it is imposed to characterize the financial policy in the context of the general policy, which, in turn, viewed at human organized collectivity level in the village, can be generically defined as a set of activities oriented towards acquiring and maintaining the power in society by political formations, subordinating themselves to the achievement of some purposes or objectives of those. The policy is also defined, in a more pragmatically way, as a form of organization and management of a human community, to satisfy its interests, or as a set of decisions choices taken by the authorities to organize and conduct the economic and social activity. In this sense, she manifests at all organizational levels and structures of the society.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2012
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