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Impuesto a la tierra

A tax on the amount of land owned.

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Artículos de revistas y libros
Diciembre 2002
Francia
Benin
Suiza
Chile
Ucrania
China
Australia
Irlanda
Canadá
Venezuela
Guinea
Colombia
Japón
Italia
Brasil
Argentina
Reino Unido
México
Noruega

Land and land reform cover a great range, both in terms of the geographical and development status of the countries considered, and of the variety of perspectives on the issues. The articles in this issue of Land Reform, Land Resettlement and Cooperatives reflect this breadth in a variety of ways.

Artículos de revistas y libros
Diciembre 2002
Eslovenia
Francia
Macedonia del Norte
Eslovaquia
Estados Unidos de América
Suecia
Dinamarca
Bulgaria
Estonia
Letonia
Canadá
República de Corea
Japón
Hungría
Moldavia
Albania
Italia
Polonia
India
República Checa
Georgia
Armenia
Grecia
Europa oriental
Asia central

This guide on Rural property tax systems in Central and Eastern Europe has been prepared to support governments in the design and implementation of systems to raise revenues at local levels.

Informes e investigaciones
Diciembre 1986

This paper examines a process - the spontaneous enclosure of the range by livestock owners - which may rise new problems but also permit new approaches to the development of the African livestock industry. Drawing on case material from Sudan and Somalia, the opening section of the paper discusses some of the spontaneous range enclosure.

Legislación y políticas
Diciembre 1969
Trinidad y Tabago

An act to make provision for the valuation of land for taxation, rating and other purposes and for matters connected therewith and incidental thereto.

Economists have generally argued that if a land tax is administratively feasible, then to increase efficiency it should be used to the exclusion of output taxes. This article shows that underlying this policy prescription is the assumption that institutions for pooling and spreading production risks are perfect.

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