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1. Title: Equity and Fiscal Policy: The Income Distribution Effects of Taxation and Social Spending in Central America
  Author/Editor: Cubero, Rodrigo ; Hollar, Ivanna Vladkova
  Series: Working Paper No. 10/112
  Published: May 01, 2010
  Subject(s): Central America | Cross country analysis | Fiscal policy | Government expenditures | Income distribution | Tax policy | Tax revenues | Tax systems | Taxation
  Author's Keyword(s): Tax policy | expenditure policy | incidence | income distribution | Central America
 
2. Title: Increasing Public Sector Revenue in the Philippines: Equity and Efficiency Considerations
  Author/Editor: Fletcher, Kevin
  Series: Working Paper No. 05/22
  Published: January 01, 2005
  Subject(s): Public sector | Philippines | Revenues | Stock markets | Value added tax
  Author's Keyword(s): Philippines | revenue | incidence | VAT | excises | electricity
 
3. Title: The Distributional Bias of Public Education: Causes and Consequences
  Author/Editor: Dabla-Norris, Era ; Gradstein, Mark
  Series: Working Paper No. 04/214
  Published: November 01, 2004
  Subject(s): Education | Governance
  Author's Keyword(s): public education | incidence bias | inequality | governance
 
4. Title: What Do We Know About Tariff Incidence?
  Author/Editor: Tokarick, Stephen
  Series: Working Paper No. 04/182
  Published: September 01, 2004
  Subject(s): Tariffs | Burden sharing
  Author's Keyword(s): tariffs | excess burden | tax incidence offer curves
 
5. Title: Social Incidence of the General Sales Tax in Pakistan
  Author/Editor: Refaqat, Saadia
  Series: Working Paper No. 03/216
  Published: November 01, 2003
  Subject(s): Taxation | Pakistan | Sales taxes
  Author's Keyword(s): Taxation | social incidence | General Sales Tax | Pakistan
 
6. Title: How Useful are Benefit Incidence Analyses of Public Education and Health Spending
  Author/Editor: Davoodi, Hamid Reza ; Tiongson, Erwin ; Asawanuchit, Sawitree S.
  Series: Working Paper No. 03/227
  Published: November 01, 2003
  Subject(s): Government expenditures | Developing countries | Education | Health care
  Author's Keyword(s): benefit incidence | public spending on education and health | targeting | progressivity
 
7. Title: Social Impact of a Tax Reform: The Case of Ethiopia
  Author/Editor: Muñoz, Sònia ; Cho, Stanley Sang-Wook
  Series: Working Paper No. 03/232
  Published: November 01, 2003
  Subject(s): Poverty | Ethiopia | Tax reforms | Value added tax | Social policy
  Author's Keyword(s): Poverty | Incidence Analysis | Value Added Tax | Poverty-related expenditure
 
8. Title: Poverty and Social Impact Analysis-A Suggested Framework
  Author/Editor: Hossain, Shahabuddin Mosherraf
  Series: Working Paper No. 03/195
  Published: October 01, 2003
  Subject(s): Poverty | Social policy | Tax reforms | Value added tax | Economic models
  Author's Keyword(s): Poverty and social impact analysis | incidence analysis | computable general equilibrium models | equivalent variation | effective taxes | linear expenditure system | value added tax.
 
9. Title: Issues in Domestic Petroleum Pricing in Oil-Producing Countries
  Author/Editor: Gupta, Sanjeev ; Clements, Benedict J. ; Fletcher, Kevin ; Inchauste, Gabriela
  Series: Working Paper No. 02/140
  Published: August 01, 2002
  Subject(s): Oil prices | Oil producing countries | Oil pricing policy | Subsidies
  Author's Keyword(s): Oil petroleum subsidies | domestic prices | excises | fiscal policy | incidence
 
10. Title: A Quest for Revenue and Tax Incidence in Uganda
  Author/Editor: Matovu, John ; Chen, Duanjie ; Reinikka-Soininen, Ritva
  Series: Working Paper No. 01/24
  Published: March 01, 2001
  Subject(s): Taxes | Uganda | Revenues | Tax reforms
  Author's Keyword(s): Tax Reforms | Tax Incidence
 

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