2003) that is supported by empirical evidence (Briilhart, Jametti, and Schmidheiny 2012; Feld and Heckemeyer 2011; Kammas
Whether Angelopoulos, Economides, and Kammas
(2007) incorporate the GBC is debatable: they include various lax variables and the ratio of productive spending over total government expenditure.
This was also seen as the manifestation of the struggle for supremacy between the dominant agricultural and entrepreneurial castes (the Reddys and Kammas
While the TDP is managing some votes from the Kammas
, it is getting very little support from the Reddys.
Adam, Antonis and Pantelis Kammas
"Tax Policies in a Globalized World: Is it Politics After All?" Public Choice, 133(3-4): 321-341.
* Anthony Kammas
of Skyline Risk Management Inc., in Flushing, N.Y.
, Secretary-Elect of the Professional Insurance Association (PIA) New York Chapter, recently spent two days on Capitol Hill meeting with U.S.
added that he expects restructurings to further pick up in the near future.
Using the ITR on corporate income, Adam and Kammas
(2007), Bretschger (2008), and Bretschger and Hettich (2002) also find a negative effect of globalization.
Richard Andrews, Michael Cracco, and Anthony Kammas
were elected to serve three-year terms on the board of directors.
In Andhra the two leading parties are largely organised along caste lines with Reddys on one side and Kammas
on the other; another film star came forward to raise another party by subtly suggesting his caste people, the Kapus, also needed a part of the power cake.
Banks' association head Michalis Kammas
said that some 30 individuals have been selected by the Land Registry director, notified of their selection, and will be officially appointed later this month.