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Taxation as a social engineering tool

Xynas, Lidia 2018, Taxation as a social engineering tool, Ph.D thesis, Law, Deakin University.

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Title Taxation as a social engineering tool
Author Xynas, Lidia
Institution Deakin University
School Law
Faculty Faculty of Business and Law
Degree type Research doctorate
Degree name Ph.D
Thesis advisor du Plessis, JeanORCID iD for du Plessis, Jean orcid.org/0000-0001-7192-0080
Date submitted 2018-09-20
Summary This study provides policy makers with a legitimately supported basis upon which they can implement taxation to address socially harmful human activities in society. It does so through its novel three ‘Pillared’ approach, Ethics, Law and Economics, with a focus on addressing the causes of Human Induced Climate Change and Obesity.
Language eng
Field of Research 180111 Environmental and Natural Resources Law
160508 Health Policy
180125 Taxation Law
Socio Economic Objective 960302 Climate Change Mitigation Strategies
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