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latter is evidenced by the analysis of tax incidence, whereby the legal incidence of taxes might differ, sometimes significantly, from their true economic incidence ( Fullerton – Metcalf 2002 ). For instance, a labour tax hike may hinder job creation

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Society and Economy
Authors: Prespa Ymeri, Arben Musliu, Jehona Shkodra, Iliriana Miftari, and Csaba Fogarassy

differential in poverty (captured through incidence, depth, and severity). The FGT index was used in other studies as well ( Awotide 2012; Aristondo 2018 ). Hence, we consider three versions of the income poverty index to shed more light on different aspects of

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line, it provides a useful indicator of a more general form of non-standard work beyond just platform work. Between 2000 and 2018, the incidence of own-account working rose in many but not all EU countries and so was broadly stable for the EU as a whole

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general explanations, we argue that the prevalence of smoking had a strong effect on the increasing incidence of neoplastic diseases ( Laczkó 2010 ); meanwhile, the extreme quantity of alcohol consumption left its marks on the explosive growth of diseases

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