ROBERT F. CONRAD
PFM, Vol. 3 No. 4, (2003)
Developing market orientation tax systems has been a
significant component of the economic transition in Central and
Eastern Europe. Some challenges faced by policy makers in tax policy
design for transition countries are studied in this volume. In
particular, taxation and corruption, fiscal decentralization, revenue
adequacy at the national level and the taxation of natural resources
are examined in the papers that follow. The authors of the papers are
well qualified to examine these issues. Each author has extensive
practical experience in advising transition economies in addition to
their individual academic and scholarly achievements. These papers
reflect that experience and expertise.
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