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Are Corruption and Taxation Really​Harmful to Growth? Firm Level Evidence
by Raymond Fisman, Jakob Svensson - Policy Research Working Paper 2485. World Bank, Development Research Group , 2000
"... Exploiting a unique data set containing information on the estimated bribe payments of Ugandan firms, we study the relationship between bribery payments, taxes and firm growth over the period 1995-97. Using industry-location averages to circumvent the potential problem of endogeneity, and to deal ..."
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HPV Vaccine, Is It Really Harmful​?
by Sunghoon Kim
"... This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License ..."
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Duplicate Bug Reports Considered Harmful​... Really?
by Nicolas Bettenburg, Rahul Premraj, Thomas Zimmermann, Sunghun Kim
"... In a survey we found that most developers have experienced duplicated bug reports, however, only few considered them as a serious problem. This contradicts popular wisdom that considers bug duplicates as a serious problem for open source projects. In the survey, developers also pointed out that the ..."
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Is the New Immigration Really So Bad?
by David Card , 2005
"... This paper reviews the recent evidence on U.S. immigration, focusing on two key questions: (1) Does immigration reduce the labor market opportunities of less-skilled natives? (2) Have immigrants who arrived after the 1965 Immigration Reform Act successfully assimilated? Looking across major cities, ..."
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DO INSTITUTIONS REALLY MATTER? Taxation in Industrialized Democracies
by Sven Steinmo, Caroline J. Tolbert
"... New institutionalism has emerged as one of the most prominent research agendas in the field of comparative politics, political economy, and public policy. This article examines the role of institutional variation in political/economic regimes in shaping tax burdens in industrialized democracies. An ..."
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Is property assessment really essential for taxation​? Evaluating the performance
by Ron Horne, Daniel Felsenstein
"... This article appeared in a journal published by Elsevier. The attached copy is furnished to the author for internal non-commercial research and education use, including for instruction at the authors institution and sharing with colleagues. Other uses, including reproduction and distribution, or sel ..."
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Are Tax Cuts Really Expansionary?
by N. Gregory Mankiw, Lawrence H. Summers, Andrew Abel, Olivier Blanchard, Ben Friedman, David Romer, N. Gregory, Mankiw Lawrence, H. Summers , 1981
"... Tobin for helpful discussions. The research reported here is part of the NBER's research programs in Economic Fluctuations and Taxation. Any opinions expressed are those of the authors and not ..."
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Are Consumption Taxes Really Better Than Income Taxes
by Per Krusell, Vincenzo Quadrini, Jose-victor Rios-rull - Journal of Monetary Economics , 1996
"... We use political-equilibrium theory and the neoclassical growth model to compare the quantitative properties of different tax systems. We first explore whether societies which can only use consumption taxes fare better than societies which can only use income taxes. We find that if government outlay ..."
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On Real Estate Taxation in China
by Feng Chang-chun, Song Xiang-lai
"... China is on the rapid urbanization procession and the real estate market grows very fast. There are some problems on the Chinese real estate taxation system, such as levying heavy taxes on development and transaction but neglecting property tenure stage; different taxations on domestic and foreign t ..."
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TAXATION BY TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATION
by James M. Poterba, Jerry Hausman
"... Telecommunications has become an increasingly important area of atten-tion by policymakers as new services such as cellular telephone and Internet services become increasingly important to businesses and con-sumers. Rapidly changing technology has led to these new services as well as the realization ..."
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