Taxation and Private Investment in Ghana : An Empirical Study

@inproceedings{Ahiawodzi2013TaxationAP,
  title={Taxation and Private Investment in Ghana : An Empirical Study},
  author={Anthony K. Ahiawodzi},
  year={2013}
}
  • Anthony K. Ahiawodzi
  • Published 2013
This study investigated the effect of corporate income tax rate reforms on private investment in Ghana. Ghana has experienced several tax reforms resulting in a lot of corporate income tax rate changes. All these changes have been made in an attempt to find the most appropriate tax rates that not only result in the maximum revenue to the government but also serve as an incentive for the continuous existence of the corporate world. A model was specified with private investment as the dependent… CONTINUE READING

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