Incentives and Firm Productivity: Exploring Multidimensional Fiscal Incentives in a Developing Country
Using data from the World Bank Enterprise Survey for over 300 firms, this paper explores the impact of fiscal incentives on firms’ productivity using Cameroonian firms as a case. Three types of fiscal incentives were considered: import duty exemption, profit tax exemption and export financing. Our results show different beneficiary status of incentives and in the same vein, extent of...
Published at World Development Perspectives
Published in 2017
Efobi, U., Tanankem, V. B. and Beecroft, I.
Beecroft Ibukun » Beecroft is an Economics Researcher and Faculty at Covenant University (CU), Nigeria, from where she holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics. She also holds a master’s degree from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, United Kingdom. She has prior experience working with the Office for National Statistics, London, United Kingdom, as well as with Zenith Bank Plc... view full profile
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