Options for business rate reform
AbstractThe national non-domestic rate was introduced in 1990 to replace a system of locally varying business rates which had lasted for almost four centuries. Five years after the. 1990 reforms, this report evaluates the operation of the present system and discusses various options for reform.
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- Denny, Kevin & Hall, John & Smith, Stephen, 1995. "Options for business rate reform," Open Access publications from University College Dublin urn:hdl:10197/163, University College Dublin.
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