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The Role of Tax Reform on Central and Eastern European Economies

by Centre for Cooperation with the Economies in Transition

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  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Organization for Economic .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taxation,
  • Europe, Eastern,
  • Post-communism,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Europe, Central

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages458
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9126966M
    ISBN 109264135758
    ISBN 109789264135758

    The role of OECD in the economic transition of central and eastern european countries which still have much to do to develop market-based economies and free societies. moved beyond policy dialogue and engaged more actively in the implementation of institution building and structural reform. But we should not take our role for granted. Book Description. This book examines the transformation of the state in Central and Eastern Europe since the end of communism and adoption of market oriented reform in the early s, exploring the impact of globalization and economic liberalization on the region’s states, societies and political economy.

    This chapter addresses the role of institutions and institutional reform as a country-specific competitive advantage affecting the location of inbound foreign direct investment (FDI). Our focus of interest will be on European transition economies. Our thesis (backed up by a limited amount of econometric and field research) is that the extent. Eastern Europe and the Baltic states, satellite nations of the former Soviet Union, have moved steadily toward establishing post-communist market reforms. This implies that: all of these countries have had the same success in economic reform and growth. new business opportunities are emerging in this region.

    The Central Role of Entrepreneurs in Transition Economies p. ). These startup rms drove China’s reform momentum; they were arguably the single main source of China’s growth. But their rapid emergence, Deng said, from the former Soviet Union and central and eastern Europe to China and Vietnam, were similar in one important respect. Keywords: Taxation, tax policy, tax administration, informal economy, Eastern Europe. 1. This paper—a product of the Human Development Economics Unit, Europe and Central Asia Region—is part of an effort to understand the underlying factors that determine the size of informal employment in the shadow.


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The Role of Tax Reform on Central and Eastern European Economies by Centre for Cooperation with the Economies in Transition Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The Role of tax reform in Central and Eastern European economies. [Centre for Co-operation with European Economies in Transition.;] -- Of the proceedings of a conference on tax reform in economies in transition organised in January by the OECD Centre for Co-operation with European Economies in Transition, in co-operation with.

Get this from a library. The role of tax reform in Central and Eastern European economies. The Political Economy of Fiscal Reform in Central and Eastern Europe by George Kopits* This article discusses fiscal reform in Central and Eastern Europe from the perspective of political economy.

Following an overview of basic reform trends, the article focuses on the principal drivers and impediments to reform in the region. Brainard, L.J.

() Strategies for Economic Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe: The Role of Financial Market Reform. In: H.J.

Blommestein and M. Marrese (eds.) Transformation of Planned Economies: Property Rights Reform and Macroeconomic Cited by: 3. Tax Reforms in Transition Economies – A Mixed Record and Complex Future Agenda The role of tax reform in Central and Eastern European Economies, OECD. " Comparative Analyses of Direct.

The transition economies of Central and Eastern Europe, through the reform process of decentralization, are now seeking the devolution of fiscal powers, and responsibilities from central, to local governments, within financially sustainable environments.

Eastern and Central Europe have moved decidedly closer to the average incomes of Europe, and China and the Eastern European and Baltic economies. The attitude towards taxes seems to be rather different in Eastern and Western Europe.

And the high tax systems in the West can ill afford to ignore the tax competition from the east. mies in Eastern and Central Europe but there are a handful of wealthy economies that use this simple and fair tax system. In other words, the flat tax is a proven instrument of sound fiscal policy.

The international evidence, combined with traditional research on tax policy, shows clearly that Canada would benefit greatly from adopting the flat. Tanzi, Vito, “Tax Reform and the Move to a Market Economy: Overview of the Issues,” in The Role of Tax Reform in Central and Eastern European Economies (Paris: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, ).

tax progressivity, through the increased role of tax credits and allowances.6 This overview of the theoretical arguments and empirical evidence for central and eastern European countries leads to the following conclusions.

First, flat taxes do not per se suffice to. 4 | The New Role of Central and Eastern Europe in International Democracy Support It should be noted that Eastern EU democracy promotion has at times been inconsistent, ad hoc, and of only low priority.

Often, violations of democracy and human rights abroad. International market roles of individual economies built upon the cumulative advantages in transnational production Central and Eastern European economies gained during their socialist experience, but it was the political challenge of turning cumulative advantage into a sustained comparative institutional advantage that brought important gains.

The collapse of central economic planning in many countries and the breakup of the Soviet Union have put into disarray systems of government revenues and expenditures in those countries. This collection of 16 papers, edited by Vito Tanzi, analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of fiscal policies under the old system of central planning and suggests ways to revitalize those policies in the newly.

First, the introduction of communist ideology resulted in massive nationalization of the Central and Eastern European economies, and this process was to a large extent involuntary, resulting in.

Transition economies and development. Books. Newbery, D.M. (ed). () Tax and Benefit Reform in Central and Eastern Europe, London: Centre for Economic Policy Research, ISBN 1 19 7 pp + xvii Székely, István and David Newbery (eds).

() Hungary: An Economy in Transition, Cambridge: CUP, ISBN 0 1. pp + xxvii Newbery, David M and Nicholas H. Stern.

The reforms of Eastern Europe are divided into two categories: (1) an economic reform, which shifts the coordination of the economy from the central planners to markets and (2) an administrative reform, which shifts economic decision making from the central.

The Centre for European Reform is an award winning independent think-tank devoted to making the EU work better, and strengthening its role in the world. We are pro-European but not uncritical. Europe's economies will diverge further as a result of COVID, as the economic impact will be larger in Southern Europe.

An "iron curtain"9 fell across Central Europe, to adopt Winston Churchill's phrase, and the countries on the far side of the curtain were dominated by the Soviet Union for some four decades Their economies languished, and their standards of living were left far behind those in the United States and Western Europe.

The region of Central and Eastern Europe remains a mystery that needs further inspection and analysis. Thankfully, the fourth edition gathers the best scholars on this region to help the reader better understand not only the recent historical changes but also contemporary politics.

The book is a must-have for anyone interested in this part of Reviews: 3. Central and Eastern European Countries Lucie Sedmihradská Introduction After the fall of the central planning system in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) twenty years ago, many expected that fiscal decentralisation would be amongst the first reform steps, alongside price liberalisation and privatisation.

Despite the. In his recent book Globalization Under and After Socialism: The Evolution of Transnational Capital in Central and Easter Europe, Pula provides us a comparative-historical institutional analysis of the transformation of Central and Eastern European economies using an innovative and heretofore ignored process at work that he claims provided the.

While both in the US and Europe, the Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, and Bank of England all rushed to help their ailing economies, the Central Bank in Russia has done nothing except organise small currency interventions supporting the rouble.

While the Western world has moved into action, the Kremlin has taken a wait-and-see approach.The Eastern bloc economies saw declines of 13% to 65% in GDP at the beginning of reforms, while Chinese growth has been very strong since the beginning of reform. China also managed to avoid the hyperinflation of to 1,% that Eastern Europe experienced.