Global Trends and Constraints on Tax Policy in the Least Developed Countries


Through decades of tax reform and cross-border collaboration, the world’s wealthiest countries have adopted domestic tax policy norms that meet their mutually beneficial interests. But these norms have introduced rigorous change and increasingly rigid parameters for tax policy in the world’s poorest countries. While much scholarly attention is devoted to identifying tax strategies that poor countries could or should adopt in response to global tax trends, relatively little is paid…
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