Analysis on the Main Influence Factors of China’s Revenues

Jinghan WU, Huixin CHEN, Jing LI, Junbo ZHAO

Abstract


Revenue is a very important index to measure a country’s financial resources and to a large extent, it determines what kind of public goods and services a country can provide. In this paper, we are going to analyze the fiscal revenue and expenditure as well as some data over these years of our country to establish a regression model. We shall determine two factors that have obvious influences on revenue through a gradual regression and then do some relevant tests. Finally, we shall study and analyze its economic significance, so as to put forward some interrelated suggestions.


Keywords


Financial revenue and expenditure; Gradual regression; Tax revenue

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8647

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