The Japanese Tax System

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Hiromitsu Ishi

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The Japanese Tax System
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Japanese Tax System iii
  • Contents xv
  • List of Figures xvii
  • List of Tables xix
  • List of Abbreviations xxiii
  • Part I Overview 1
  • 1: General Characteristics of the Tax System 3
  • 2: Background of the Japanese Tax System 16
  • Appendix 33
  • 3: Two Strategies of Postwar Tax Policy 36
  • 4: Tax Administration and Tax Equity 53
  • Part II Individual Income Tax 73
  • 5: Basic Structures 75
  • 6: The Erosion of Individual Income Tax 94
  • Appendix 107
  • 7: Inflation Adjustments 110
  • 8: The Taxation of Investment Income and Savings 130
  • 9: Effects of Taxation on the Distribution of Income 147
  • Appendix 162
  • Part III Corporate Taxation and Taxes on Capital 165
  • 10: Principles of Corporate Taxation 167
  • 11: Corporate Tax Levels and Tax Incentives 187
  • 12: Inheritance and Gift Taxes 204
  • Appendix 217
  • 13: Land Tax Reform 219
  • Part IV Indirect Tax System 249
  • 14: The Traditional Framework of Indirect Taxes 251
  • 15: The Value Added Tax 268
  • 16: Design of Environmental Taxes 300
  • Part V Recent Tax Developments 317
  • 17: Rebuilding the Tax System 319
  • 18: Local Taxation and Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations 349
  • 19: Appraisal and Further Reform 383
  • Name Index 409
  • Subject Index 411
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