Taxation and Gender Equity: A Comparative Analysis of Direct and Indirect Taxes in Developing and Developed Countries

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3.1Argentina: Gross tax burden, 1991–200766
3.2Argentina: Composition of tax revenue as percentage of total revenue67
3.3Argentina: Total tax incidence by quintile and household type77
3.4Argentina: VAT incidence by quintile and household type78
3.5Argentina: Excise incidence by quintile and household type79
3.6Argentina: Fuel tax incidence by quintile and household type80
3.7Argentina: Basic food basket incidence by quintile and household type81
3.8Argentina: VAT zero rate on food simulation – total incidence – by quintile and household type84
3.9Argentina: Combined policy simulation – total incidence – by quintile and household type87
4.1India: Indian labour force by sex: rural and urban differences95
4.2India: Tax to GDP ratio, 1950–51 to 2006–0799
4.3India: Structure of taxes, 1990–91100
4.4India: Structure of taxes, 2006–07100
4.5West Bengal: The structure of tax revenues, 2005–06105
4.6West Bengal: Total VAT incidence, across household type113
4.7West Bengal: Total tax incidence, across household type114
4.8West Bengal: Total excise tax incidence, across household type114
4.9West Bengal: Food tax incidence, across household type115
5.1Mexico: Incidence on expenditure: total indirect tax incidence by household type132
5.2Mexico: Incidence on expenditure: total indirect tax incidence by household type and location132
5.3Mexico: Incidence on expenditure: total indirect tax incidence by occupational status and quintile133
5.4Mexico: Incidence on income: total indirect tax incidence by household type135

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