2 edition of Measurement of tax effort of state governments, 1973-76 found in the catalog.
Measurement of tax effort of state governments, 1973-76
Raja Jesudoss Chelliah
by Published for National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, New Delhi, by Somaiya Publications in Bombay
Written in English
|Statement||Raja J. Chelliah and Narain Sinha.|
|LC Classifications||HJ2936 .C47 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 90 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||82906294|
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The Measurement of Tax Effort of State Governments, Raja J. Chelliah Narain Sinha INTFRNATIONAL ESONETARY FUND JOINT LIBRARY INTF,NA, ICN \1, i3A"' FOR AND DEVELOFESE14T WAS11INGTON, D.C.
The World Bank Washington, D.C., U.S.A. Taxation is an important tool to enhance the economic development and to finance the expenditure responsibilities of a government. This paper attempts to measure the tax capacity and tax effort of.
Chelliah RJ, Sinha N () Measurement of tax effort of state governments (–76). Somaiya Publications, Bombay Google ScholarAuthor: Ashok Mittal, Abbas Haider Naqvi. Chelliah Raja J, Sinha N.
Measurement of tax effort of state governments New Delhi: National Institute of Public Finance and Policy; Coondoo D, Majumdar A, Neogi C. Tax capacity function: A note on specification, estimation and application.
In: Srivastav DK (ed). The objective of this study is to compare relative tax effort and taxable capacity of the central government in India with the average tax effort of other similar countries.
Sales Tax System in Bihar* R.J. Chelliah & M.C. Purohit (Somaiya Publications) () Rs 5. Measurement of Tax Effort of State 1973-76 book * R.J. Chelliah & N. Sinha (Somaiya Publications) () Rs 6. Impact of the Personal Income Tax Anupam Gupta & Pawan K. Aggarwal () Rs 7.
In Illinois, any effort to shed its government worker pension debt in bankruptcy could run afoul of the state’s own constitution, which contains a pension protection clause that treats benefits.
The federal constitution gave the federal government exclusive power to collect taxes like personal income tax, companies income tax, petroleum profit tax, capital gains tax. Downloadable.
We propose a method for constructing a tax administration measure of effectiveness or TAME, and describe its desirable properties. We then empirically construct a TAME using data from external audits of VAT administrations of Indian state governments.
We then use the TAME to quantitatively assess the impact of tax administration effectiveness on tax. Fiscal Decentralization: Beneﬁts and Problems Active tax competition, in short, tends to produce either a generally low level of state–local tax effort or a state–local tax structure with strong regressive features.
George Break () The mobility of individual economic units among different localities placesFile Size: KB. government must raise revenue to pay for services b. tax capacity- measure of a states potential to tax c.
tax effort- measure of a states level of taxation effort in TX= 87 d. per capita tax e. state taxes in Texas = consumer taxer- sales tax 56% of budget. it is a high-tax state in terms of its dependency on sales & property tax when compared to other states on these taxes.
The most common, single sources of revenue for state governments are. consumer taxes, such as sales & excise taxes on gasoline, tobacco, & liquor. State and Local Government study guide by R_Keith includes 30 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. tax effort. a measure of taxes paid relative to the ability to pay taxes.
the procedure by which state and local governments assess revenues and set budgets. fiscal year. Performance of revenue indicates relative change in yield from tax as well as non-tax revenue of national or subnational governments.
It takes into account the changes in rates, base, and coverage related to the structure of revenue sources. It also incorporates the issues related to efficiency in governance of tax and non-tax sources. Various concepts and techniques are.
But of the direct actions available to state governments, tax incentives were ranked higher than training programs or financial assistance. State tax incentives come in four basic types, focusing on jobs, business investment, specific industries, and specific locations.
Variations in definition and target are considerable, however. Stimulative Effects of Tax Incentive for Charitable Contributions, A Study of Indian Corporate Sector. Central Government Expenditure: Growth, Structure and Impact ( to ) Measurement of Tax Effort of State Governments.
State tax officials who kindly provided information needed for this report. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: U.S. Bureau of the Census, State Tax Collections in Series GF No.1 U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., For sale by the Subscriber Services Section (Publications), Bureau of the Census, Wash.
Federal, State, and Local Governments largest municipal governments (i.e., no effort was made to estimate the financial activities of all cities). Further, before the the Bureau began releasing preliminary data on state tax receipts in County Government Finances--A sample-based mail survey of county government finances was.
Start studying Chapter 12 Financing State Government. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. A measure of the wealth of a state or its ability to raise revenues relative to all the other states.
Tax Effort. A measure of how close a state comes to using its tax capacity. The impact of Non-Plan grants on tax effort is also found to be significantly negative. Panda () examined the effects of federal transfers on states' own Author: Prasant Kumar Panda.An index of aggregate tax efficiency is calculated and it appears that this index has been stagnating.
It is argued that the weight placed on tax effort in the formula determining central grants to state governments should be increased to improve tax efficiency of state by: Tax effort of state governments has been a neglected issue in the studies on Indian public finance.
Although the need for measuring tax effort of state government .