References in periodicals archive ?
Given the perceived regressivity of flat rate consumption taxation and the belief by many that such taxes are unfair, one can look to other sources of taxation that may be perceived as being more fair.
In addition to reducing the revenue cost of the mortgage interest deduction, each option reduces its regressivity.
Analysing the causes of this regressivity, there exist countries in Austral Africa like Lesotho, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Mozambique which, despite suffering high rates of HIV prevalence, have been infra-assigned ODA In the distribution destined to the sector.
The list ranking all states (and the District of Columbia) on regressivity from best to worst was obtained by Laura Brierton Grauruth via email from a lead researcher at ITEP.
The Commission further proposes a rate of aid regressivity of a minimum of 25% between successive periods of three years and a 12-year maximum duration for closure plans.
1 corresponds to the regressivity of the first two equations in the Jacobi system ([J.
Poor gets smaller Capture' by elite of government share in growth policies and resource allocation Regressivity of Bribery 'Tax' on small entrepreneurs and the poor Regressivity in public expenditures and investments Unequal income distribution Smaller firms are disproportionally affected by corruption/bribery Impaired access to Bribery impairs access and quality public services of basic services for health, education, justice-particularly to the poor Capture by elites of access to quality public services Health/Education Corruption affects human capital accumulation (incl.
First, by linking the amount of carbon emissions from each industry to consumer expenditures by income group, the authors show that consumption differences explain the regressivity of a carbon tax.
69) The editorial rejected the Administration's regressivity objection:
suppose it turns out that hidden taxes increase the regressivity of the