The Role of Tax Depreciation for Investment Decisions: A Comparison of European Transition Countries
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- Chang Woon Nam & Doina Maria Radulescu, 2005. "The Role of Tax Depreciation for Investment Decisions: A Comparison of European Transition Countries," Eastern European Economics, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 43(5), pages 5-24, October.
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Keywordstrue economic depreciation; tax depreciation rules; corporate tax; investment decision; financial structure; net present value model; inflation; transition economies;
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