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Taxation and Tax Policies in the Middle East: Butterworths Studies in International Political Economy

Taxation and Tax Policies in the Middle East: Butterworths Studies in International Political Economy

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Taxation and Tax Policies in the Middle East evaluates the general role that tax policies have played in the economic development of the Middle East since 1945 and proposes some recommendations on how fiscal tools could be better used to promote further advancement in this region.

This book is divided into six parts. Part I contains the purpose and outline of the study, while Part II discusses the economic aspects of the major categories of taxes used in most developing countries. The fiscal history and categorical breakdown of the tax profiles of 16 Middle Eastern countries are reviewed in Part III. Part IV analyzes the literature on econometric models that explain differences among countries in tax effort. In Part V, the differences in relative tax efforts across 16 countries with considerations in Islamic history, culture, and natural resource endowment are elaborated. The last part summarizes the entire study.

This publication is a good reference for economists and specialists concerned with the taxation and tax policies in the Middle East.
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Taxation and Tax Policies in the Middle East: Butterworths Studies in International Political Economy

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Taxation and Tax Policies in the Middle East: Butterworths Studies in International Political Economy

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Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen5/5 (1 Bewertung)
Länge: 289 Seiten

Beschreibung

Taxation and Tax Policies in the Middle East evaluates the general role that tax policies have played in the economic development of the Middle East since 1945 and proposes some recommendations on how fiscal tools could be better used to promote further advancement in this region.

This book is divided into six parts. Part I contains the purpose and outline of the study, while Part II discusses the economic aspects of the major categories of taxes used in most developing countries. The fiscal history and categorical breakdown of the tax profiles of 16 Middle Eastern countries are reviewed in Part III. Part IV analyzes the literature on econometric models that explain differences among countries in tax effort. In Part V, the differences in relative tax efforts across 16 countries with considerations in Islamic history, culture, and natural resource endowment are elaborated. The last part summarizes the entire study.

This publication is a good reference for economists and specialists concerned with the taxation and tax policies in the Middle East.
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