Assessment of the Tax Culture and the Size of the Shadow Economy in European Studies

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D.A. Endovitsky
D.G. Lomsadze

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In the article, the authors analyse problems related to the interdependence of a country’s tax culture and the size of its shadow economy on the basis of fundamental scientific approaches and results of modern studies conducted by European scientists.

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Endovitsky, D., & Lomsadze, D. (2019). Assessment of the Tax Culture and the Size of the Shadow Economy in European Studies . Space and Culture, India, 7(3), 196-203. https://doi.org/10.20896/saci.v7i3.686
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