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Problemas fiscales y redistributivos en Colombia
[Redistributive fiscal problems in Colombia]

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  • Fernando, Estrada
  • Jorge Ivan, Gonzalez
  • Alberto, Castrillon
  • Mauricio, Perez

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From a general perspective, one could argue that large State transformations are reflect-ed in income, expenditure and employment. The information that the National Bureau of Statistics (Dane) have on income (tax and nontax) is accessible and more orderly than spending and employment. This difference is explained, in part because the collection of taxes is more centralized (national, municipal and departmental), and while expenditure on transfers is diversified.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 20518.

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Date of creation: 2010
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Keywords: Tax Power; Colombia; State; Latin American; Fairness.;

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    [Minimum State, control agencies and Territorial protection]
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