Fiscal reform in Spain

accomplishments and challenges
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Edward Elgar , Northampton, MA
Fiscal policy -- Spain, Taxation -- S
Statementedited by Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, José Félix Sanz-Sanz.
SeriesStudies in fiscal federalism and state/local finance series
ContributionsMartinez-Vazquez, Jorge., Sanz-Sanz, José Félix.
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LC ClassificationsHJ1244 .F57 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL17563342M
ISBN 139781847200792
LC Control Number2007000737

This book provides an insightful, and in-depth analysis of the fiscal reform process experienced in Spain over the last 30 years. The authors initially focus on the political economy of tax reform in Spain, and the fact that political and economic bodies were able to form alliances at key junctures during the process in order to push reforms : Hardcover.

This book provides an insightful and in-depth analysis of the fiscal reform process experienced in Spain over the last 30 years.

The authors initially focus on the political economy of tax reform in Spain, and the fact that political and economic bodies were able to form alliances at key junctures during the process in order to push reforms : $ This book provides an insightful and in-depth analysis of the fiscal reform process experienced in Spain over the last 30 years.

The authors initially focus on the political economy of tax reform in Spain, and the fact that political and economic bodies were able to form alliances at key junctures during the process in order to push reforms forward. A collection of essays analysing the fiscal reform process experienced in Spain since After focusing on the political economy of tax reform in Spain, an analysis of the main instruments of the Spanish tax system, including the introduction of VAT, is presented.

The book covers four main areas: the political economy of tax reform in Spain, an in-depth review of various aspects of the Spanish tax system; the interaction of tax reform and the Spanish fiscal system changes over the last 30 years; and the modernisation of the tax administration system in Spain.

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The recent policy. Environmental fiscal reform: illustrative potential in Spain Summary Spain faces a fiscal challenge the addressing of which requires a combination of cuts in government expenditure and increases in taxation.

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This paper discusses key findings of the progress report on financial sector reforms in Spain. Spain's European Stability Mechanism (ESM)-supported program of financial sector reform aimed to assist economic recovery by promoting financial stability.

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