Tax policy response to market changes: the case of the gaming services sector
Beginning with the 1990â€™s, the gaming services sector has undergone several changes that have induced governments to review gambling taxes. We examine the economic rationale behind actual and prospected reforms, comparing different tax instruments with respect to their incidence.
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