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  • Author:
    Malcolm Gillis
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    0822308746
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    978-0822308744
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    Duke University Press Books (March 31, 1989)
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    554 pages
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    Economics
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Dimensions of Tax Reform guidelines for the assignment. in Developing Countries of revenue raising. to reform fiscal systems in developing countries.

Dimensions of Tax Reform guidelines for the assignment. different levels of government. Robin Boadway for countries with more than. Sandra Roberts one level of government. Please contact Carlina Jones, room N10-063, extension 37699 (29 pages). Working Paper Seroes disseminates.

Tax reform in developing countries (English). World bank regional and sectoral studies.

Civil service reform is a deliberate action to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, professionalism, representativity and democratic character of a civil service.

Reform in Developing Countries (Fiscal Reform in the Developing World).

This volume presents the work of experts (in most cases the very advisers who designed and helped implement the reforms) on the tax reform efforts of a dozen developing nations-from the restructuring of the economy of postwar Japan to the 1986 reforms in Jamaica Tax Reform in Developing Countries (Fiscal Reform in the Developing World). 0822308983 (ISBN13: 9780822308980).

among others M. Gillis (e. : Tax Reform in Developing Countries, Durham, London 1989; D. Newbery, N. Stern (ed. : The Theory of Taxation for Developing Countries, New York etc. 1987; R. M. Bird, O. Oldman (ed. : Taxation in Developing Countries, 4th e. Baltimore, London 1990; S. R. Lewis J. Taxation for Development. Principles and Application, New York, Oxford 1984; R. Goode: Government Finance in Developing Countries, Washington, . Value Added Taxation in Developing Countries, A World Bank Symposium 1990, Washington, . 1990, pp. 147 f. oogle Scholar.

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Tax and Expenditure Profiles of Developing Countries. III. Fiscal Deficit Issues in Developing Countries. Fiscal Policy in Developing Countries: A Synoptic View. IV. Norms for Tax and Expenditure Reforms in Developing Countries. Raghbendra Jha. ABSTRACT.

The countries are Bolivia, Colombia, Indonesia, Jamaica, Korea, Mexico, Morocco, and Turkey. It draws on their experiences to find lessons learned and to see how they may be applied to other countries on the road to tax reform

The countries are Bolivia, Colombia, Indonesia, Jamaica, Korea, Mexico, Morocco, and Turkey. It draws on their experiences to find lessons learned and to see how they may be applied to other countries on the road to tax reform. Equal attention is given to the process of tax reform, how it is implemented, and the substance or results of reform efforts. Throughout, the focus is on the practical rather than the theoretical aspects of tax reform.

Developing countries that are following closed economies have social protection which is not carefully or expertly . But in the perspective of financial globalization, all these are truly vulnerable

Developing countries that are following closed economies have social protection which is not carefully or expertly made. In these countries hardly any importance has been given to public spending. But in the perspective of financial globalization, all these are truly vulnerable. Plenty of changes need to be made by the government of a growing country.

The reform of fiscal systems in developing and emerging market economies : a federalism perspective," Policy .

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This volume presents the work of experts (in most cases the very advisers who designed and helped implement the reforms) on the tax reform efforts of a dozen developing nations—from the restructuring of the economy of postwar Japan to the 1986 reforms in Jamaica. Among the many lessons learned from these efforts are that tax reform is most successful when tax administration is a central (rather than peripheral) focus of reform efforts, and when tax reform is specifically directed toward economic rather than noneconomic objectives.Other conclusions include the apparently mutually reinforcing nature of tax simplification and tax rate reduction, and the role of indirect tax reforms (such as the value-added tax) in successful reform undertakings.