Tax policy and human accumulation in a resource constrained growing dual economy

by Raghbendra Jha

Publisher: Warwick University, Department of Economics in Coventry

Written in English
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StatementRaghbendra Jhaand Anandi P. Sahu.
SeriesWarwick economic research papers -- No.466, Economic research paper series / Warwick University, Department of Economics -- no.466, Economic research paper (Warwick University, Department of Economics) -- no.464.
ContributionsSahu, Anandi P.
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Effects of Income Tax Changes on Economic Growth. This article examines the role tax policy can play in fostering human capital accumulation in a resource-constrained dual economy whose population is growing.

The study shows how human capital accumulation, in turn, affects the intersectoral terms of trade and the economic growth process of such an by: 1. Tax Policy and Human Capital Accumulation in a Resource Constrained Growing Dual Economy by Jha, Raghbendra & Sahu, Anandi P.

Local public goods in a democracy: Theory and evidence. The study shows how human capital accumulation, in turn affects the intersectoral terms of trade and the economic growth process of such an economy. The dual economy is assumed to consist of two.

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This paper examines the role tax policy can play in fostering human capital accumulation in a resource constrained dual economy whose population is growing. The study shows how human capital.

A resource rent tax is the most economically efficient tax in terms of leading to the exploitation of the natural resources in a way that maximises the value of those resources.

Essentially, a resource rent tax. The tax system can distort resource allocation reducing both growth and welfare. The economic, institutional and political constrained due to limited tax and debt capacities.

2 distortions and enforcement costs affect optimal fiscal policies in an endogenously growing economy. Jha, R. and A. Sahu:'Tax policy and human capital accumulation in a resource constrained growing dual economy', Public Finance Review 25(1), pp. Google Scholar Johnson, H.G.:.

Fiscal and monetary policies are intended to either slow down or ramp up the speed of the economy's rate of growth.

This, in turn, can impact the level of prices and the employment rate in. "Tax policy and Human Capital Accumulation in a Ressource-Constrained Growing Dual Economy," Public Finance Review, vol. 25(1), pagesJanuary.

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Show details. Enhancing Female Employment in Global Production: Policy. taxation in the digital economy is one of the most important policy issues in today’s environment.

Valid policy arguments and trade-offs could be raised on every one of them. At the highest level, two opposing trends can be detected in terms of digital taxation policy.

Alesina, A. Passalacqua, in Handbook of Macroeconomics, 1 Introduction. Fiscal policy is deeply intertwined with politics since it is mostly about redistribution across individuals, regions, and.

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Tax Policy in a Global Economy. Gary Clyde Hufbauer (PIIE) Peter G. Peterson explores this theme in a new book. 29 In the yearabout 35 percent of Americans over the age of 15 will in fact be.

countries, tax reforms are highly political endeavours. Keywords: taxpolicy,taxadministration,tax reform, developing countries, fiscal policy 1. The Centrality of Taxation to Economic Development and. So the lower the tax rate, the higher the value of all the goods and services produced.

Government tax revenue does not necessarily increase as the tax rate increases. The government will earn more tax income at 1% rate than at 0%, but they will not earn more at % than they will at 10%, due to the disincentives high tax.

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In order to finance the above mentioned reduction in tax. income tax cut coupled with a halving of the tax on capital gains, with a predicted increase in gross domestic product (GDP) growth rates from about to percentage points.

Others have questioned whether tax reform would have such beneficial effects on economic growth.2 If tax. 1. Introduction. In an increasingly competitive and resource-constrained world, improving the energy efficiency of industry is essential for maintaining the viability of manufacturing, especially in a world economy.

proposed tax changes are completely absent in the Congressional and White House discussions of tax policy. Although policy makers understand that higher taxes hurt the economy by distorting.

tial analyses of tax reforms. Now that we understand the implications of tax reform in a competitive economy, we should extend our models and make them more realistic. It is natural to include imperfect competition, risky assets, and human capital in tax analysis since it is difficult to imagine a modern dynamic economy.

Finally, in the bequest-constrained economy, the laissez-faire growth rate may be too high if the externality effect is small.

A subsidy for human capital accumulation and a lump sum transfer from. This paper evaluates optimal public investment and fiscal policy for countries characterized by limited tax and debt capacities.

We study a non stochastic CRS endogenous growth model where public expenditure is an input in the production process, in countries where distortions and limited enforceability result in limited fiscal capacities, as captured by a maximal effective tax.

Janet A. Meade, "The Impact of Differential Capital Gains Tax Regimes on the Lock-In Effect and New Risky Investment Decisions," The Accounting Review, Vol. 65, No. 2 (April ), pp. Sales taxes are an important source of revenue for most states and some large cities and counties. The tax rate varies from state to state, and the list of taxable goods or services also varies from one state to the next.

Excise taxes, sometimes called "luxury taxes. Increasing the amount of tax collected in developing countries is crucial for development.

Here, Joanne Rolling argues that tax revenue has a wide array of benefits: spurring infrastructure, strengthening the social contract, and encouraging good governance.

Tax. The tax model consists of a set of detailed tax calculators that: (a) compute individual income tax liability for all filers in the sample under current law and under alternative policy proposals; (b) compute the employee and employer shares of payroll taxes for Social Security and Medicare; (c) assign the burden of the corporate income tax.

Abstract. This paper examines how changes to the individual income tax affect long-term economic growth. The structure and financing of a tax change are critical to achieving economic growth.People often think of tax revenue as a function of tax rates.

If you want to raise more tax revenue, raise tax rates. If you don’t want to lose revenue, don’t cut tax rates. Reality isn’t so simple. Instead, economic growth is often the key driver of tax .Taxation - Taxation - Economic goals: The primary goal of a national tax system is to generate revenues to pay for the expenditures of government at all levels.

Because public expenditures tend to grow at least as fast as the national product, taxes, as the main vehicle of government finance, should produce revenues that grow .