Options for an EU Tax as an EU Own Resource

Conferece in Vienna, September 19, 2016

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Session A

1A Alfons J. Weichenrieder
Goethe University Frankfurt
The Subsidiarity Principle as a Guideline for Financing the EU Budget
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Full paper has been published in The Future of EU-Finances: www.mohr.de/buch/the-future-of-eu-finances-9783161547867
 
1A Hansjörg Blöchliger
OECD Economics Department and the OECD Fiscal Federalism Network
The Fiscal Constitution of the European Union: An Empirical Assessment
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1A Friedrich Heinemann
Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) Mannheim, University of Heidelberg
Strategies for a European EU Budget
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Discussant presentation session 1A:
Hans Pitlik
WIFO
Comments on Session 1A papers by Lipatov and Weichenrieder, Blöchliger and Kantorowicz, Heinemann
2A Veronika Solilova
Mendel University in Brno
Sustainability-oriented EU Taxes: A European Finacial Transaction Tax
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2A Michael J.Randall
University of Strathclyde
The EU's Financial Transaction Tax as an Own Resource
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2A Dorothea Schäfer
German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
Jönköping University - Jönköping International Business School
Distributional effects of taxing financial transactions and the low interest rate environment
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2A Alexander Krenek
WIFO
Sustainability-oriented EU Taxes: A European Net Wealth Tax
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Discussant presentation session 2A:
Anna Iara
European Commission
Taxing financial transactions or net wealth as an EU own resource
3A Gabriele Cipriani
European Court of Auditors
Reforming EU Revenue: The case for an EU VAT resource
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3A Giacomo Benedetto
Royal Holloway, University of London
Route to reform of the EU’s budget revenue
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3A Jorge Núñez Ferrer
Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
Elements for a New System of Own Resources
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3A Anna Iara
European Commission
Revenue for EMU: a contribution to the debate on fiscal union
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Discussant presentation session 3A:
Dirk H. Kranen
German Federal Ministry of Finance
Session 3A - Is there a need to reform the Own Resource System?
4A Kurt Kratena
Centre of Economic Scenario Analysis and Research (CESAR), WIFO
Progressive Carbon Taxation as an EU Tax
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4A Kai Konrad
Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance
Light for Europe - An Electricity Tax for the European Union Budget
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4A Niki Pomper
WIFO
Sustainability-oriented EU Taxes: A European Carbon Tax
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4A Maciej Cieślukowski
Poznań University of Economics and Business
Excise on electricity as an EU own resource in the light of sustainable development
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Session B

1B Fanny Dellinger
WIFO
Sustainability-oriented EU Taxes: A European Nuclear Power Tax
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1B Michael Thöne
University of Cologne
Transferring Taxes to the Union: The Case of European Road Transport Fuel Taxes
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1B Margit Schratzenstaller
WIFO
Sustainability-oriented EU Taxes: A European Carbon-based Flight Ticket Tax
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2B Mikuláš Luptáčik
University of Economics Bratislava
Analysis and Quantification of a New Fiscally Neutral European Tax
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2B Pierre Kohler
UNDESA
Overcoming the EU Sustainability Crisis: Tax Options for Sustainable Development in a Stronger Union
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2B Viliam Páleník
Slovak Academy of Sciences
CGE Modeling of Macroeconomic Effects of Environmental Taxes as an EU Own Resource – Case of Slovakia
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2B Marian Dobranschi
Mendel University of Brno
Lump-sum tax as EU Own Resource
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3B Luca Cerioni
University of Edinburgh
A Fair EU Tax: revaluing the EUCIT idea and exploring its overall potential implications
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3B Jonathan Pycroft
European Commission
Corporate Income Tax Reform in the EU
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3B Diego d'Andria
European Commission
Intangibles & Profit Shifting: An assessment of policy reforms
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3B Danuše Nerudová
Mendel University of Brno
Sustainability-oriented EU Taxes as Genuine Own Resource to Finance the EU Budget: The case of a CCCTB
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Discussant presentation session 3B:
Stefanie Knoth 
German Federal Ministry of Finance
Session 3B - Comments
4B Alfredo De Feo
European University Institute
Alternative Procedures and Sources for Financing the EU Budget: Between Desires and Possibilities - View of a Practitioner
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4B Klaus Röhrig
Green Budget Europe
A new narrative for the EU budget - Communicating Green Own Resources
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4B Agustin Redonda
Council on Economic Policies
Energy Tax Expenditures and Sustainability, Implications for the Design of EU Energy Taxes
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