• Economics
  • Published 2012

Elasticity and Buoyancy of Tax Components and Tax Systems in Kenya

@inproceedings{Samwel2012ElasticityAB,
  title={Elasticity and Buoyancy of Tax Components and Tax Systems in Kenya},
  author={Kotut Cheruiyot Samwel and Menjo Kibiwot Isaac},
  year={2012}
}
This paper  examines the elasticity and bouyancy of  tax compnents and tax systems in Kenya using time series data. The data used was found to be non-stationary hence runing the first deference,  the study found out that a decreasing proportion of incremental income was transferred to the government in the form of taxes, implying that the tax system was less buoyant, it was also found that a decreasing proportion of incremental income was transferred to the government in the form of tax… CONTINUE READING

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