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Tax revenue forecasts in IMF-supported programs

Mikhail Golosov

Tax revenue forecasts in IMF-supported programs

by Mikhail Golosov

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Published by International Monetary Fund, Fiscal Affairs Department in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International Monetary Fund.,
  • Tax revenue estimating -- Developing countries.,
  • Taxation -- Developing countries.,
  • Fiscal policy -- Developing countries.,
  • Gross domestic product -- Forecasting -- Developing countries.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMikhail Golosov and John King.
    SeriesIMF working paper -- WP/02/236
    ContributionsKing, J. R. 1944-, International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p. :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21738458M

      Subprogram - Domestic Economy Objective To assess current and prospective economic conditions and develop advice on macroeconomic policy settings. Description Economic Division is responsible for monitoring, assessing and forecasting developments in the Australian economy; analysing the implications of those developments for macroeconomic . Following the Executive Board’s discussion today, Mr. Tao Zhang Deputy Managing Director and Acting Chair issued the following statement: “The Jamaican authorities have demonstrated an exemplary commitment to reforms under two consecutive IMF‑supported programs that have spanned the last 6 and a half years.

    This paper reviews recent research dealing with fiscal discipline and revisit the issues of fiscal control in federal systems, focusing on selective case studies covering the s, before and after the global financial crisis (GFC). We start by contrasting the recent fiscal history of California to that of Greece, illustrating the different ways of dealing with fiscal deficiencies in a mature Cited by: 1. Inner City Press asked the IMF: "On Zimbabwe, please confirm or deny IMF's Patrick Imam saying that "it is clear, compared to the projections of the original SMP, which did not foresee the severity of the drought and its secondary impact, nor the electricity shock, that growth is almost certainly going to be revised downwards and inflation.

    "Does conditionality in IMF-supported programs promote revenue reform?" International Tax and Public Finance, October (with Ernesto Crivelli). “Debt Reduction, Fiscal Adjustment, and Growth in Credit-Constrained Economies,” Journal of Applied Economics, May (with Emanuele Baldacci and Carlos Mulas-Granados). Currently authorities capture less than 1% in annual tax revenue on untaxed wealth transferred between EU members. According to the Tax Justice Network, worldwide, a global super-rich elite had between $21 and $32 trillion (up to 26,bn Euros) hidden in secret tax havens by the end of , resulting in a tax deficit of up to $bn.


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Tax Revenue Forecasts in IMF-Supported Programs. Author/Editor: Mikhail Golosov; John R King. Publication Date: December 1, Electronic Access:Cited by: 3.

Mikhail Golosov & John R King, "Tax Revenue Forecasts in IMF-Supported Programs," IMF Working Papers 02/, International Monetary : RePEc:imf:imfwpa/ Title: Tax Revenue Forecasts in IMF-Supported Programs - WP/02/ Created Date: 1/14/ PM.

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Fiscal Affairs Department.] -- Year-ahead forecasts of tax revenues incorporated into IMF programs for low-income countries, from toare compared with the corresponding outturns. The accuracy of these forecasts was low.

Forecasts of tax revenues as a percentage of GDP were biased upwards, but there was no significant bias in forecasts of nominal tax revenues. Upward bias in the tax revenue forecasts was associated with subsequent interruptions to the program, and the length of time between the commencement of the program and the beginning of the year for which.

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Author: Marco Cangiano, Rahul Pathak. Pricing and Revenue Optimization. The Theory and Practice of Revenue Management. Tax Revenue Forecasts in IMF-Supported Programs. Roberto Benelli, "Do IMF-Supported Programs Boost Private Capital Inflows.

the Role of Program Size and Policy Adjustment," IMF Working Papers 03/, International Monetary Fund. Mikhail Golosov & John R King, "Tax Revenue Forecasts in IMF-Supported Programs," IMF Working Papers 02/, International Monetary Fund. The Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) was established by the IMF's Executive Board in It provides objective and independent evaluation of issues related to the IMF.

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The moral case for a one-off wealth tax is compelling low-income individuals and families could be compensated through lump-sum transfer programs. Another idea is to try to raise more revenue.The Greek government-debt crisis is one of a number of current European sovereign-debt latefears of a sovereign debt crisis developed among investors concerning Greece's ability to meet its debt obligations because of strong increase in government debt levels.

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