Corruption, Black Markets, and the Fiscal Problem in LDC's : Some Recent Findings
AbstractThe fiscal difficulties of LDC's, and the important role for evasion as a part of them, are well-known. Drawing on the rich literature on tax evasion in the public finance literature, much recent research has shed light on two phenomena contributing to this problem: fiscal corruption and evasion through illegal transactions. This note surveys some of this recent research.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Yale - Economic Growth Center in its series Papers with number 763.
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TAX EVASION; CORRUPTION;
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