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This suggests that natural resources abundance should not be mechanically linked to tax dependence. Indeed, by using an accounting identity, we show that tax dependence on natural resources can be evaluated by looking at economic or political changes (or both) that affect either the natural resource sector or the non-natural resource sector.
|Publication status||Published - 2019 Dec|
|Event||RIDGE DECEMBER FORUM: Workshop in Economic History - Universidad de la República , Montevideo, Uruguay|
Duration: 2019 Dec 2 → 2019 Dec 3
Conference number: XI
|Workshop||RIDGE DECEMBER FORUM|
|Period||2019/12/02 → 2019/12/03|
Subject classification (UKÄ)
- Economic History
- Natural Resources curse
- Latin America
- Fiscal contract
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Taxing for the welfare state: public finances and progressivity in the rise of social spending (1910-1970)
Torregrosa Hetland, S. & Domingo, O. S.
2018/07/01 → 2023/12/31
Sustainable development, Fiscal policy and Natural resources management. Bolivia, Chile and Peru in the Nordic countries’ mirror
2017/01/01 → 2019/12/31
Sustainable development, Fiscal Policy and Natural Resources Management. Bolivia, Chile and Perú in the Nordic countries’ mirror
Ducoing, Cristian (Recipient), 2017 Jan 19
Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)