Taxation and economic growth in latin america




3 GLOBAL ECONOMIC PROSPECTS | JUNE 2017 Risks Risks to the growth outlook for Latin America and the Caribbean remain tilted to the downside. 43 Source: Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), on the basis of official figures. , "Economic Growth and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and Latin America: The Impact of Human Capital" (2015). ; Meierrieks, D. ” (Emmanuel Saez, Economics, …STATE BUILDING AND TAXATION IN LATIN AMERICA 259 with a minimum of coercion in the early part of the twentieth century. (2011): Financial Deepening, Trade Openness and Economic Growth in Latin America and the Caribbean, Applied Economics, Vol. Several 27. Indirect taxes constitute a disproportionate portion of overall revenues, a manifestation of the political and technical difficulties inherent to taxing Latin American elites. I recommend the essays in this book, which provide historical, transnational, and political economic perspectives to help rethink taxation in Latin America. They stem most prominently from domestic political and policy uncertainty, possible policy changes in major advanced economies (in particular, the United States), a sharp or disorderlyLatin American countries need to use the fruits of recent growth to incite a move towards more knowledge-based sectors, by investing in research and development, fostering start-ups and cultivating the 21st century skills which are needed to tap into global opportunities. . ; Kraft, M. While Latin America has augmented its tax effort significantly since 2000, tax revenues remain below the global norm given the region’s income per capita. 2019 · Thanks to the Fed keeping interest rates on hold for the rest of this year and possibly throughout 2020, Barclays Capital thinks Latin American countries are the better growth story for emerging These remain great challenges in Latin American countries. Here Sán-chez Román draws on the theory of bounded rationality as developed by Herbertthe American case, emphasizes what might be called the ‘new economic orthodoxy’ of the costs of taxation in terms of growth, as well as taxation’s ineffectiveness as a redistributive tool. At the same time, governments must cater to an emerging middle class with more and better public goods …Gries, T. 03. Macham, Angui D. 4 On the other hand, Atkinson (2012), writing from a British perspective, provides a …88 CHAPTER 2. Applied Economics Theses


 
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