International Institute of Public Finance (IIPF)
Institut international de finances publiques (IIFP)
Instituto Internacional de Hacienda Pública
1937 Paris France
Founded 1937, Paris (France), on the initiative of Dean Edgard Allix. Registered in accordance with German law.
Study public finance and public economics; promote research and publications in these areas; establish scientific contacts and exchange of knowledge and experience among persons of all nationalities; generate intellectual interchanges among all who research, teach or practice in the fields of Public Economics, at universities and in the civil Service, in industrialized and developing countries alike.
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