Korea's Tax System: A Growth-Oriented Choice
Working Paper #236
Korea’s tax system does not much resemble those found in developed countries. The tax bases are narrow and the overall tax burden is relatively low. Tax revenue as a fraction of GDP has increased steadily over the past decades, but at around 20 percent it is still among the lowest in the OECD.
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Professor, Department of Economics
Ewha University, South Korea