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The empirical evidence of corporate tax impact on private investment of developing countries using Ghana as a case study

Tweneboah Senzu, Emmanuel (2019): The empirical evidence of corporate tax impact on private investment of developing countries using Ghana as a case study.

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Abstract

Understanding and appreciating the crucial role privates’ investment plays in developing economies towards it sustainable growth, it became an imperative assignment to investigate the effect of corporate taxes and it impacts on privates’ Investment in developing countries, but focused the study on Ghana for the hypothetical test. For this very reason, the study sort to derive a cogent argument between corporate tax and it impacts on private investment including controllable variables like real GDP, Inflation estimated under consumer price index, exchange rate measured nominally, government expenditure and finally domestic credits as a vector indicators using Johansen approach to co-integration.

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