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Tax Reform in Russia

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  • Jorge Martinez-Vazquez
  • Mark Rider
  • Sally Wallace

The fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 brought enormous political, economic, and social challenges. During the transition from 1991 to the present, fiscal reform has been a pillar of Russia’s reform agenda. This book analyzes the effort to adopt a modern tax code where previously there were few recognizable taxes, establish an efficient tax administration where taxpayers had never paid taxes directly, and decentralize the system of governance where power had been centralized and dictatorial. Despite the remarkable achievements, many old and new challenges remain. This book brings an analytical approach to the study of fiscal reform in Russia and draws lessons for fiscal reform in other countries.

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This book is provided by Edward Elgar Publishing in its series Books with number 2368 and published in 2008.
ISBN: 9781840646443
Handle: RePEc:elg:eebook:2368
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