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Title: An Optimized Financial Mathematical Model to Formulate a Tax Policy and Revival of Best Tax Ratios
Authors: Khan, Sumaira Yousuf
Keywords: Physical Sciences
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: University of Karachi, Karachi.
Abstract: The economic prosperity of any country is sensitive to the level of taxation. The Government tax systems of any country are continually challenged to develop and implement an efficient tax system. Also the fiscal deficit has been the core issue of the majority of the developing countries in decades, the low revenue collection and rapid expenditure causes expansion in the financial gap. Therefore, tax policy has a significant influence on economic growth. If the tax policy and tax ratios are not at an adequate level, it hinders economic growth and also deprives the public of their wealth. In order to maintain socioeconomic stability, control fiscal deficit, and to provide ease to the inhabitants of any society, it is necessary for the country‟s tax policy makers to allocate the best tax ratios. As such, to address the issues different mathematical models are being developed by using operation research techniques such as multi-objective optimization, multiple regression analysis, forecasting model and Dijkstra‟s algorithm. It is expected that these models will definitely help the policy makers in the tax structuring of the country and also to facilitate the nation, ensuring the economic prosperity and subsequently bring boom and well being in the status of the nation.
Gov't Doc #: 23760
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