Institutional Elements of Tax Design and Reform, Volumes 23-539

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World Bank, Jan 1, 2003 - Political Science - 164 pages
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This book consists of a collection of papers that analyze the constraints on fiscal systems imposed by problems of institutions, administrations, and incentives in developing and post-Socialist economies. These papers examine institutions and focus on the administration of indirect taxation.This book also includes papers on politics and incentives in fiscal federalism, organization design and tax compliance, and reputation and opportunism in taxation. A frequent theme in these papers is the inextricable link between tax policy and tax administration.

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John McLaren is a professor emeritus in the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria.