Management model of the correlation between the tax bites and the GDP
The existence of a causality relation between the GDP and the amount of Inland Revenue leads to the necessity of creating a model which, based on the analysis of the intensity of connections between the phenomena, will allow a proper management of the correlative pair tax bites/GDP, with benefic effects at the level of national economy. The research reveals the hypothesis that stimulating the GDP growth, with the state involvement will inevitably lead through the redistribution process to an economic development with positive implications on the national capital.
Volume (Year): 1 (2008)
Issue (Month): 11 (November)
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