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Quantitative Assessment of the Dynamics of Changes in the GDP Per Capita Index in the Regions of Bulgaria and Slovakia

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Assessment of the Environmental Tax System in Latvia

. 2011. “Th e Eff ect of Carbon Tax on per Capita CO2 Emissions.” Energy Policy 39, 5137 - 5146. Loganathan, N., M. Shahbaz and R. Taha. 2014. “Th e Link between Green Taxation and Economic Growth on CO2 Emissions: Fresh Evidence from Malaysia.” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 38, 1083 - 1091. Markandya, A. 2005. Environmental Fiscal Reform: What Should be Done and How to Achieve It. Washington, DC: World Bank. Metcalf, G. E. and D. Weisbach. 2009. “Th e Design of a Carbon Tax.” Harvard Environmental Law Review

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Colonial Bureaucrats, Institutional Transplants, and Development in the 20th Century

presence of overseas officers and the quality of future civil services. The longer former colonial officers were available after a country’s independence, the more effective its government. In other words, a country which kept a high share of overseas officers in the administration for an extended period of time at independence had a more effective government in 1996. The ranking is reflected in the wealth of the countries. Botswana leads the group with roughly USD 15,800 GDP (PPP) per capita in 2016. Sierra Leone trails it with about USD 1,600 GDP (PPP) per capita

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