Tax policy and employment: the case of the Czech Republic

@inproceedings{Janko2009TaxPA,
  title={Tax policy and employment: the case of the Czech Republic},
  author={Pavel Jan{\'i}{\vc}ko and Ilona {\vS}vihl{\'i}kov{\'a}},
  year={2009}
}
This article explores the reduction of the tax burden as an integral part of the armoury of supply-side, neo-liberal economists and right-wing political parties. Within a labour market perspective, it looks at the role of a tax-cutting philosophy in addressing the issue of high labour costs and low levels of flexibility, while improving the entrepreneurial environment. In a situation in which the linkages between economic growth and employment creation have been becoming weaker, the article… CONTINUE READING

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