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Buoyancy and elasticity of taxes in Pakistan

Azad Jeetun

Buoyancy and elasticity of taxes in Pakistan

by Azad Jeetun

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Published by Applied Economics Research Centre, University of Karachi in Karachi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pakistan.
    • Subjects:
    • Taxation -- Pakistan.,
    • Government spending policy -- Pakistan.,
    • Elasticity (Economics)

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementby Azad Jeetun.
      SeriesResearch report / Applied Economics Research Centre, University of Karachi ;, no. 11, Research report (University of Karachi. Applied Economics Research Centre) ;, no. 11.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHJ2940.5 .J43
      The Physical Object
      Pagination42, xiv leaves ;
      Number of Pages42
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3933575M
      LC Control Number81930557

      short- and long-run tax buoyancy in OECD countries between and We find that, for aggregate tax revenues, short-run tax buoyancy does not significantly differ from one in the majority of countries; yet, it has increased since the late s so that tax systems have generally become better automatic Size: KB. Tax buoyancy is an indicator to measure efficiency and responsiveness of revenue mobilization in response to growth in the Gross domestic product or National income. [1] A tax is said to be buoyant if the tax revenues increase more than proportionately in response to a rise in national income or output.

      C. Buoyancy and Elasticity Estimates The buoyancy coefficient of the total income tax system is for the period to Taking into account the effects of the discretionary changes, the elasticity inched up to which means that for every 1% increase in GNP, total taxes grew by %. THE ELASTICITY AND BUOYANCY OF THE BOTSWANA TAX SYSTEM AND THEIR DETERMINANTS.

      An Empirical Analysis of the Buoyancy and Elasticity of Tax in Nigeria Ikpeze N. I. David-Wayas, O. M. Musa, O. D. University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria Abstract Many countries in the world have greatly sponsored their government expenditures with the aid of tax revenue, and owe their developments to this internally generated revenue.   Akbar, Mohammad, and Qazi Masood Ahmed. Elasticity and buoyancy of revenues and expenditure of federal government. Pakistan Economic and Social Review 35 Author: John Olukuru, Barrack Mandela.


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Buoyancy and elasticity of taxes in Pakistan by Azad Jeetun Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jeetun, Azad. Buoyancy and elasticity of taxes in Pakistan. Karachi: Applied Economics Research Centre, University of Karachi, Regarding elasticity and buoyancy, the elasticity coefficient of overall taxes are less than unity and it is inelastic in nature.

But, buoyancy coefficient of overall taxes is greater than unity. The study by Khan () for the period to estimates the elasticity and buoyancy of the tax system using the Dummy Variable method. In this study, elasticites exceed buoyancy for total tax revenues, excise duties, and income tax.

Bilquees () evaluated the Elasticity and Buoyancy of the Tax System in Pakistan by adopting the Divisia Index method over the /75 to /04 period. The study findings reveal a post reform Author: Faiz Bilquees. Elasticity and Buoyancy of Federal Taxes in Pakistan Syeda Fizza Gillani* This paper focuses on the revenue-expenditure activities of the federal government and evaluates the performance of the fiscal system on the basis of estimates of revenue productivity.

Two methodologies for the estimation of the. In this paper the elasticity and buoyancy of Pakistan's federal tax system have been estimated for the years from to by using the Divisia Index method and the Proportional Adjustment method. The size of the elasticity estimates of the total tax as well as its components has been analysed and compared with the buoyancy measures.

The Pakistan Development Review 1 (Spring ) pp. 73–93 Elasticity and Buoyancy of the Tax System in Pakistan FAIZ BILQUEES* This paper examines the elasticity and buoyancy of the tax system for the period – The elasticity of the total tax. Elasticity and Buoyancy of the Tax System in Pakistan - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt /.pptx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online.

Scribd is the world's largest social reading and publishing site. Elasticity and Buoyancy of the Tax System in Pakistan. ELASTICITY AND BUOYANCY OF FEDERAL TAXES IN PAKISTAN December PAKISTAN INSTITUT OEF DEVELOPMEN ECONOMICT S POST BOX 1( ISLAMABA, (PakistanD) The author would like to thank Professor Syed Nawab Haider Naqvi for his comments on the paper and helpful suggestions.

Sh alseo grate. The Pakistan Development Review 1 (Spring ) pp. Elasticity and Buoyancy of the Tax System in Pakistan FaizBilquees This paper examines the elasticity and buoyancy of the tax system for the period The elasticity of the total tax revenue both with respect to the total GDP and the non-agricultural GDP base is less.

mobilization capacity are tax buoyancy - total response of tax revenue to changes in national income and discretionary changes in tax policy over time; and tax elasticity - automatic response of tax revenue to GDP changes less the discretionary tax changes. Downloadable. This paper examines the elasticity and buoyancy of the tax system for the period – The elasticity of the total tax revenue both with respect to the total GDP and the non-agricultural GDP base is less than unity.

Overall, sales tax takes the lead by way of improving revenues. The high coefficient of income tax inclusive of withholding tax, which is an indirect tax. MUKARRAM: Elasticity and Buoyancy of Major Taxes in Pakistan 77 by using the Prest methodology ().

They found that the overall elasticity and buoyancy of taxes were low because of the low elasticity and buoyancy of customs duty and excise duty. The elasticity and buoyancy were found to be relatively higher for sales tax followed by income Size: KB.

Bilquees, Faiz. Elasticity and Buoyancy of The Tax System in Pakistan. The Pakistan Development Review. Bird, Richard M.(). Tax Policy and Economic Development. John Hopkins University. Choudhry, N.N. (), “Measuring the Elasticity of Tax Revenues: A Divisia Index Approach”, IMF Staff Papers, vol.

26, March Author: nFN Nurhidayati. tax structure (Goode, ), and overall measures of elasticity and buoyancy may be useful as a descriptive tool, which may lead to further questions and point to a more detailed examination of particular taxes in certain countries (Ahmad & Stern, ). The larger the value of the elasticity or buoyancy, the faster is the rise in the tax ratio.

elasticity and buoyancy of the tax system in Pakistan; Upender () focuses on India; and Cotton () looks at Trinidad and Tobago. In this paper, we exploit a new and more comprehensive tax revenue dataset that allows us toCited by: 2. tax structure (Goode, ), and overall measures of elasticity and buoyancy may be useful as a descriptive tool, which may lead to further questions and point to a more detailed examination of particular taxes in certain countries (Ahmad and Stern, ).

The larger the value of the elasticity or buoyancy, the faster is the rise in the tax : Pakistan Farooq Rasheed. Elasticity and Buoyancy of Federal Taxes in Pakistan. Syeda Gillani Additional contact information Syeda Gillani: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics Islamabad.

The Pakistan Development Review,vol. 25, issue 2, Cited by: A study in Pakistan that was having object of removing distortion in Pakistan’s tax system (Fauzia, ) during to was carried with the help of econometrics study has used given model for calculation of tax elasticity or tax buoyancy, Log (TR) = α + β1.

Log (TB) + ϵFile Size: KB. In public finance, two important measures that have been used to assess the efficiency of any tax system in terms of its mobilization capacity are tax buoyancy - total response of tax revenue to changes in national income and discretionary changes in tax policy over time; and tax elasticity - automatic response of tax revenue to GDP changes less the discretionary tax changes.49 Elasticity and Buoyancy of Major Tax Categories: Evidence from Bangladesh and Its Policy Implications Research Study Series No.

– FDRS 03/ Mohammed Yousuf and S M Jakaria Huq1 Abstract- In Public finance, two important measures that have been used to assess the efficiency of any tax system in terms of its mobilization capacity are tax buoyancy – totalFile Size: KB.1 Fauzia Mukarram (): Elasticity and Buoyancy of Major Taxes In Pakistan, Pakistan Economic and Social Review, Volume XXXIX, No.

1 (Summer ), pp. 2 Ministry Of Finance And Economic Development annual report,