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Taxation

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

Organizations relating to Taxation

Centre de rencontres et d'études des dirigeants des administrations fiscales / Est. 1982
Common Market of Former Soviet Central Asia / Est. 1993
Intra-European Organization of Tax Administrations
Taxpayers Association of Europe / Est. 1969
Inter-American Center of Taxation and Financial Administration / Est. 1993
European Association for Legal and Fiscal Studies / Est. 1957
European American Tax Institute
Agreement on the Harmonisation of Fiscal Incentives to Industry / Est. 1973
United Nations Committee of Experts on International Cooperation in Tax Matters / Est. 1968
International Federation of Legal and Fiscal Consultants / Est. 1956
Asia-Oceania Tax Consultants' Association / Est. 1993
World Travel and Tourism Tax Policy Centre
Asia Pacific Taxpayers Union / Est. 2005
World Peace Tax Fund / Est. 1972
East African Tax Board
Convention on the Taxation of Road Vehicles for Private Use in International Traffic / Est. 1956
Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters / Est. 1988
Financial Executives International / Est. 1931
Convention Relative to the Monetary System, Customs, Weights and Measures, Fiscal Laws, International Trade and the Consular Service / Est. 1909
European Academy for Taxes, Economics and Law
Tax Payers Associations International
European Association for Planned Giving
Inter-American Centre for Tax Administrations / Est. 1967
European Quaker Network on the Peace Tax Concern / Est. 1991
Third Protocol to the Central American Agreement on Fiscal Incentives to Industrial Development / Est. 1977

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World Problems relating to Taxation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Evasion of customs and excise duties
Government dependence on alcohol tax revenue
Inadequate fiscal policies
Ineffective tax systems
Cheapness
Government budget deficits
Global financial crisis
Unethical practices in economics
Official privilege
Threatened species of Lanius newtoni
Distortionary tax systems
Evasion of shipping regulations and taxes by flags of convenience
Failure to apply polluter pays principle
Abuse of charitable status of religious institutions
Non-accountability of offshore banks
Tax evasion
Official harassment
Jurisdictional conflict and antagonism between national government agencies
Excessive taxation
Inappropriate taxation
Inadequate domestic tax on income
Inefficient mobilization of government revenue
Inadequate government taxation
Illegal taxation
Undiversified tax base

Action Strategies relating to Taxation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Introducing carbon taxes
Reducing fiscal inequality
Applying energy taxes
Taxing currency speculation
Introducing environmental taxes
Researching effects of fiscal policy on innovation of environmental technologies
Redistributing fiscal burden
Removing perverse environmental subsidies
Developing international fiscal cooperation
Removing perverse taxes affecting biodiversity
Imposing environmental taxes on aircraft
Reducing taxes
Reducing inequality of tax treaties
Predicting taxes
Abolishing unethical taxes
Using inappropriate fiscal policies
Standardizing national tax systems
Stressing role of national taxation systems
Enforcing criminal taxation laws
Raising public revenues by land tax
Spending government income
Investigating tax system workings
Exploring tax-related advantages
Improving tax collection
Increasing technical assistance to developing countries to design and operate efficient tax systems

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