Innovative Land and Property axation
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We would like to thank the ollowing colleagues who contributed to theprocess o developing the proceedings: Mohamed El-Sioui, Clarissa Augustinus, Claudio Acioly,Gwendoline Mennetrier and Kryzsto Mularcyk. We are also grateul to the participants to the Warsaw Conerence on land and property taxation in 2009. he complete list o participants is inthe Conerence report available on request.
Remy Sietchiping, Solomon Haile, Martim O. Smolka, Claudia M.De Cesare, Mirosław Gdesz, Francesca Romana Medda, Richard Lawrence Giles, Ariel Ivanier, Yvonne Muller, Debolina Kundu, Debjani Ghosh, Greg McGill, Kailash Bhana, MoegsienHendricks, Anzabeth onkin, Demetrio Munoz Gielen, Ahmed Saeid, Rachelle Alterman, Yu-Hung Hong, and Janina Kopietz-Unger.
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