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Modelling Tax Revenue Growth

Modelling Tax Revenue Growth (Hardback)

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This book demonstrates how the reliable measurement of growth in tax revenues, both for a tax system and for its component taxes, is important for the design of tax policy. The need for discretionary changes in tax parameters (such as tax rates, income thresholds and allowances) is conditional on the expected automatic revenue growth generated by the tax system. The properties that generate these automatic revenue changes are referred to as the built-in flexibility, or revenue responsiveness, of the tax. This concept is the central focus of the analyses in this book, which provides an invaluable review and synthesis of analytical results and demonstrates how this concept can be applied in practice to yield estimates of revenue responsiveness in various countries. John Creedy and Norman Gemmell highlight how an understanding of the principal determinants of a tax system's responsiveness, and a knowledge of the relevant magnitudes, are important for the design and reform of tax policy where both revenue and redistributional considerations are typically central to the policy agenda.



Providing extensions of analysis to cover indirect taxes, and direct and indirect taxes combined, as well as empirical applications for several countries, Modelling Tax Revenue Growth will be warmly welcomed by researchers and graduate students interested in public finance and government officials and those in international organisations interested in tax revenue growth.

BusinessFinance & accountingFinancePublic finance Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd Publication Date: 27/01/2006 ISBN-13: 9781845427030  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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John Creedy, The Truby Williams Professor of Economics, University of Melbourne, Australia and Norman Gemmell, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

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