This chapter assimilates the book’s contributions by revisiting the tax phenomena presented in Chapter1 and showing how they are illuminated by a tax-systems perspective. One conclusion is that for the most part standard theoretical tools of public economics can be applied insightfully to tax-systems issues. Another is that policy makers should recognize the interrelationships among tax rates, bases, enforcement, and administration.
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