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Property Tax in Economies in Transition: Case Studies

Editor(s): Lucie Sedmihradská

Date: 2010

ISBN: 978-80-89013-49-4

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This volume presents ten country case studies, focused on property taxation from several points of view; first, the role of property tax in the national tax system and as a source of local government revenue is evaluated; second, the property tax incidence is discussed; third, the property tax procedure is described, and finally in some of the chapters, a case study of selected municipalities is presented. This standardised approach allows for a comparison of the situation in the individual countries.


 

Table ofContents

ListofContributors.......................................................................................................4

Preface...............................................................................................................................5

  1. Property Tax asaKey Tool forFiscalDecentralisation:

UnfulfilledExpectationsinCentralandEasternEuropeanCountries

LucieSedmihradská....................................................................................................7

  1. Property Tax inBelarus

Yuri Krivorotko .........................................................................................................16

  1. Property Tax inBulgaria:ACaseStudyofBlagoevgrad

Desislava Stoilova .....................................................................................................30

  1. Property Tax inBulgaria:ACaseStudyofSilistra

Nadezhda Bobcheva.................................................................................................57

  1. Property Tax in the CzechRepublic

Lucie Sedmihradská and Phillip J. Bryson.............................................................70

  1. Land Taxation inEstonia

Viktor Trasberg .........................................................................................................95

  1. Property Tax inKosovo

Gani Asllani ............................................................................................................106

  1. Property Tax intheRepublicofMoldova:BasisforLocalAutonomy?

BorisMorozov.........................................................................................................127

  1. Property Tax andInter-GovernmentalFiscalRelationsinthe Republic ofMoldova

EugeniaBusmachiu................................................................................................151

  1. Property Tax inUkraine: To Be,ornottoBe Is thistheQuestion?

Sergii Slukhai ..........................................................................................................168

  1. Property Tax andLocalFinancesinUkraine

Artem Rudyck and Iryna Scherbyna....................................................................185



 

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