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Evaluation of the Tax Policy Efficiency Under Uncertainty

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The tax burden factor of the economy is of great importance for the formation of an effective economy policy. At the same time, as it is known, when the state implements its economic functions, it has to change some of social and economic factors. This, in some cases, this may cause the tax burden to change negatively so that, it can have a significant impact on economic activity. The consumption norm, average tax burden, economic growth rate and dependence of the GDP on the structural effectiveness of the state tax policy efficiency have been evaluated through the interval analysis in the paper.


  • Tax policy efficiency
  • Interval mathematics
  • Samuelson model
  • Macroeconomic indicators

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Musayeva, A.A., Madatova, S.G., Mammadov, Y.A., Gasimov, A.I., Ahadova, K.N. (2020). Evaluation of the Tax Policy Efficiency Under Uncertainty. In: Aliev, R., Kacprzyk, J., Pedrycz, W., Jamshidi, M., Babanli, M., Sadikoglu, F. (eds) 10th International Conference on Theory and Application of Soft Computing, Computing with Words and Perceptions - ICSCCW-2019. ICSCCW 2019. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1095. Springer, Cham.

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