By Kim Brooks, Ãâ¦sa Gunnarsson, Lisa Philipps, Maria Wersig
This quantity takes a serious examine the gender inequality of tax coverage worldwide. The book's participants - established in 8 diverse nations - learn the profound results that gender norms and practices have had in shaping tax legislations and coverage, and the way taxation in flip affects the chances for equality alongside the strains of gender, race, type, sexuality, and different. The chapters discover: how the gendered monetary country may be theorized * how structural offerings approximately charges and bases in tax coverage are designed to give a contribution to gender inequality * how tax coverage impacts family members configurations and perceptions of what constitutes a kinfolk * how monetary structures impression mark downs and wealth accumulation via men and women * the function of alternative coverage making procedures and associations in occluding and occasionally not easy those styles. most importantly, the ebook explores those questions in a world body, traversing nations and continents. The book's end is that monetary coverage has deep-rooted, long-standing gender implications that impact nearly each element of individual's social, political, and fiscal lives. (Series: Onati foreign sequence in legislations and Society)
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