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Published by University of Toronto Press in cooperation with the Fair Tax Commission of the Government of Ontario , Toronto, Buffalo
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StatementDavid Conklin ... [et al.] ; edited by Allan M. Maslove.
SeriesResearch studies of the Fair Taxation Commission of Ontario
ContributionsConklin, David W., Maslove, Allan M., Ontario. Fair Tax Commission.
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LC ClassificationsHJ2323.C2 E26 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 267 p. :
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Open LibraryOL884688M
ISBN 100802076297
LC Control Number95173146
OCLC/WorldCa31290190

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[David W Conklin; Allan M Maslove; Ontario. Fair Tax Commission.;] -- "Major economic and social developments that will determine the context for tax reforms in the s are the subject of this volume.

They include the globalization of markets, free-trade. The work of the Fair Tax Commission has taken place against the backdrop of a rapidly shifting fiscal situation The economic and social environment for tax reform book Ontario and Canada.

This paper is one of several prepared for the commission on the economic and fiscal environment in which Ontario tax reform will unfold over the next 15 years. Get this from a library. The economic and social environment for tax reform.

[David W Conklin; Allan M Maslove; Ontario. Fair Tax Commission,;]. Many people have serious concerns about the environment and wonder whether solving environmental problems is compatible with continuing economic growth. This book provides an in-depth exploration of a proposed reform to the national tax system, whereby the burden of taxes is shifted from conventional taxes, such as those levied on labour and capital, to taxes on environmentally related.

Modelling the impact of environmental tax reform. The EEA calculated the impact of a tax on energy and other resources, with the revenues used to cut social security payments and income taxes.

The model indicated that this fiscal reform would result in financial benefits for almost all socio-economic groups. However, in a few countries the.

The first chapter examines the period of Stabilizing Development to provide a framework necessary for judging the environment in which the attempts at economic reform were undertaken. This chapter is a piece of applied economics that tries to assess the too frequent attacks against that phase of economic.

The analysis suggests a tax and economic growth ranking order according to which corporate taxes are the most harmful type of tax for economic growth, followed by personal income taxes and then consumption taxes, with recurrent taxes on immovable property being the least harmful tax.

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The objective of excise taxation is to place the burden of paying the tax on the consumer. A good example of this use of excise taxes is the gasoline excise tax. Governments use the revenue from this tax to build and maintain highways, bridges, and mass transit systems.

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The Tax Reform Act of further lowered the maximum marginal tax rates from 50% to 28%, the lowest since the s. A top rate of 31% was added inand additional rates of 36% and % for the wealthiest individuals were approved in   Most OECD countries have introduced various ecotaxes, but only a few are implementing comprehensive green tax reforms.

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The authors examine the potential 'double dividend' from tax reform for helping the environment, reducing unemployment and encouraging growth. Despite its name, Beyond Brexit: A Programme for UK Reform is only partially a book that addresses the economic consequences of Britain’s exit from the European Union.

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Tax policy is the choice by a government as to what taxes to levy, in what amounts, and on whom. It has both microeconomic and macroeconomic aspects.

The macroeconomic aspects concern the overall quantity of taxes to collect, which can inversely affect the level of economic activity; this is one component of fiscal microeconomic aspects concern issues of fairness (whom to tax) and.

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