Journal of taxation and economic development

Journal of taxation and economic development Interestingly, they have done so with no economic penalty. on taxation and development by the European Commission (2010), the 2010 establishment by the Development Assistance Committee of the OECD of an informal Task Force on Tax and Development, and the creation in 2011 of a DFID/NORAD-sponsored research center on “International Centre for Tax and Development. “The Tax Base is the set of economic activities and assets that are taxed” (AfDB, 2010). 17(1), March 2018, Pp. ( 2004 ). the social benefits and economic costs of taxation Tax cuts are disastrous for the well-being of a nation’s citizens. . On the Mechanics of Economic Development. 52 (2) pp. The things and activities which are taxed in an economy vary among countries. iosrjournals. The Journal of Environment & Development (JED), peer-reviewed and published quarterly, seeks to further research and debate on the nexus of environment and development issues at the local, national, regional, and international levels. (1988). 69-111 The Official Publication of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria 96 TAX DIS-INCENTIVES AND BUSINESS GROWTH IN NIGERIA Bariyima, David Kiabel Department of Accountancy, Rivers State University, Nkpolu- Owowurukwo Port Harcourt Nangih, Efeeloo Department of Accountancy, …Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 5(10), 12-23. Amirthalingam (2008) "Social Development, Economic Growth and the Liberalization in Sri Lanka", Sri Lanka Economic Journal, 8(2), pp. Marcelli, E. World Bank periodically relates that economic development is directly correlated to the level of taxation, more so in developing nations where the lower marginal tax rates have higher economic growth. From correlation, time series and multivariable regression analyses ofFurthermore, since agriculture is the backbone of the economy, and since huge amount of investments usually made in agriculture and allied activities in developing countries, agricultural taxation has to play an impor­tant role in resource mobilisation for planned economic development. Some countries have adopted a narrow tax base while others have favored the broad tax base. (2001). MADDALA G. Kamleitner B. 3-42. The ordinary least The ordinary least square method of …The objective of this study is to investigate the impact of taxation on economic development of Nigeria proxy by the gross domestic product (GDP). Oxford Bulletin of This study examines the impact of taxation on investment and economic growth in Nigeria from 1980-2010. Introduction Tax as an instrument of fiscal policy is seen to be used by the government to encourage certain sectors or areas of the economy, which are construed to essential for economic growth and development…stand taxation, economic development, and the relationships between them, we need to think about the forces that drive the development process. Key words: Impact, Tax incentive, Economic growth, industrial development, Relationship. ‘It has been observed that in countries where population is increasing by about 11/2 per cent annum or more, unless favoured by abnormal changes in the terms of trade, an annual net investment of 5 per cent or less of national product is not enough to raise the per capital product and may not even be enough to prevent it from falling. The study further looked at the relation between taxation and tax policies have affected the economy of Nigeria and the effectiveness of taxation as a government strategy tool for the Nigerian economic development, using time series data of taxation and economic development of the period 1960 to 2007. 185-197. Poor countries Why Do Developing Countries Tax So Little? † Timothy Besley is School Professor of Economics and Political Science, London School ofJournal of Taxation and Economic Development ISSN 1118-6017 Vol. LUCAS R. A Comparative Study of Unit Root Tests with Panel Data and a New Simple Test. , Kirchler E. WU S. K. (2012) conduct a research about taxation of corporations and their impact on economic growth: the case of EU countries. The aim of this research is to verify the expected negative relationship between corporate taxation and long-term economic growth. Tax compliance of small business owners: A review. In addition, policy makers in these countries have a “keen interest in the elasticity of economic activity with respect to taxes, sug-taxation and long-term economic growth belongs Judd (1985), Chamley (1986), Barro (1999) or King and Rebelo (1990) who used the neoclassical growth model with physical capital, or two- sector growth model with human and physical capital. Veronika B. K. Taxation Human Capital Accumulation and Economic Growth. (2012). LIN S. (1999). 9790/5933-07113238 www. 22 (1) pp. and Lenka J. Amirthalingam (2008) "Economic Liberalization and its Impact on the Manufacturing Industry in Sri Lanka", Sri Lanka Economic Journal, 9(2), pp. The Impact Of Tax Revenue On Economic Growth: Evidence From Nigeria DOI: 10. Journal of Monetary Economics. , Korunka C. Findings from this study show that high-tax countries have been more successful in achiev-ing their social objectives than low-tax coun-tries. ” 2 United Nations (2005). 1 …Journal of Economic Issues, 33 (3): 579-607. 31-52. org 33 | Page Objectives of the Study The general objective of the study was to examine the effect of taxation on the growth of the Nigerian economy. and 6%. Japanese Economic Review. Unauthorized Mexican Immigration, Day Labour and other Lower-wage Informal Employment in California Journal of taxation and economic development
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