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An Age of Diminished Taxation?

  • Francesco Daveri
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Abstract

The 20th century witnessed a world-wide rise in the size of Government, and a parallel increase in tax revenues.

Keywords

Fiscal Policy Euro Area Welfare Reform Indirect Taxis Social Security Contribution 
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  • Francesco Daveri

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