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Is Value added Tax Progressive? Evidence from Egypt using a CGE Model

Abeer Elshennawy

No 9311, EcoMod2016 from EcoMod

Abstract: The objective is examine the effect of value added tax in Egypt on income distribution and inflation CGE model Contrary to the experience of many countries, the value added tax was found to be marginally progressive

Keywords: Egypt; General equilibrium modeling (CGE); Macroeconometric modeling (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016-07-04
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