Fiscal Reform Over Ten Years of Transition
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KeywordsFiscal policy; fiscal reform; transition; tax system; tax revenue; tax administrations; tax policy; tax policy reform; Economic Reform;
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- NEP-PUB-2000-10-11 (Public Finance)
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