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The serious research gap on VAT/GST : a New Zealand perspective after 20 years of GST.

Publication date: 01 Sep 07 | Source: INTERNATIONAL VAT MONITOR

Issue: Vol 18 No 5 2007

Pages: pp.343-351

Abstract:
20 years ago, New Zealand introduced an almost neutral goods and services tax (GST) that, in many respects, is still widely recognised as international best practice. Nonetheless, the GST has a low university teaching and reaseach profile in NZ. At the recent 20th anniversary conference, many suggestions for future research and work on the VAT/GST were made. In view of the results of the conference, the author concludes that there are good short and medium-term reasons for policymakers, professionals, administrators, researchers and educators in all VAT/GST countries to pay more attention to the tax.

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David WHITE
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