Marcelo Bergman

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  • Gustavo A Flores-Macías, John Bailey, +18 authors Markus Schultze‐kraft
  • 2013
Governments across the developing world in general, and Latin America in particular, tend to have difficulty in raising taxes among elites. Beginning in 2002, however, the Colombian government adopted a series of wealth taxes among the wealthiest taxpayers. Revenue from the tax was earmarked for security expenditures and represented about 1% of GDP. Drawing(More)
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