The Economics of North Sea Oil Taxation ePub download
by Danny Hann,Chris Rowland
- ISBN: 0312236786
- ISBN13: 978-0312236786
- ePub: 1664 kb | FB2: 1405 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Economics
- Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (September 1, 1987)
- Pages: 171
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The economics of north sea oil taxation. Bibliography: p. Includes index
The economics of north sea oil taxation. The Economics of North Sea Oil Taxation. Financial Analyst BZW Securities, London. Includes index. 1. Offshore oil eat Britain. 2. Offshore oil industry-North Sea. L Hann.
In this book the taxation of North Sea oil is found to deter oil field investment substantially. Analysis of both the comparative statics tax effects and the dynamics of taxation on oil field development decisions reveals the nature of the deterrent, while a specially developed econometric model is used to quantify the impact of the tax structure and of tax changes on In this book the taxation of North Sea oil is found to deter oil field investment substantially
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Authors: Rowland, Chris, Hann, Danny. The Economics of Oil Taxation. Rowland, Chris (et a. eBook 36,99 €. price for Russian Federation (gross).
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Taxation and oil companies: Oiling the wheels. North Sea oil and gas: Crude realities. Scottish nationalists are right to charge that Britain has mismanaged North Sea oil. Governments are easing the tax burden on the industry, with some exceptions. Shell’s retreat from the frozen north shows the new realities of big oil. Ports: Down by the jetty. The tumbling oil price piles more pressure on a sinking industry. Unionists are probably right to retort that the alternative would be worse. Bagehot: The British Vikings.
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This book puts economics to work on the daily problems faced by investors, traders, speculators and brokers as they wrestle with increasingly complex financial markets. By bringing together information on the daily workings of financial markets with the concepts and tools of economics, Houthakker and Williamson have provided a valuable resource for practitioners and students alike.
Analyses the development of North Sea oil taxation since 1972-73
Analyses the development of North Sea oil taxation since 1972-73. Considers the gathering complexity of the tax regime and seeks to highlight the main pressures and influences on the governmental policy process. Attention is drawn to the uncertainties and inefficiencies created by a constantly changing set of taxes for all companies concerned with the development and extraction of North Sea oi. P. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. Towards a Tax Constitution for The Economic Theory of Representative Government Oil Taxation in the United Kingdom: Submission to the Chancellor of the DAM Oil Resources, Who Gets What How? Jan 1974.