Corruption, Black Markets, and the Fiscal Problem in LDC's : Some Recent Finding
The fiscal difficulties of LDC's, and the important role for evasion as a part of them, are well-known. Drawing on the rich literature on tax evasion in the public finance literature, much recent research has shed light on two phenomena contributing to this problem. Fiscal corruption and evasion through illegal transactions.
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