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FairTax Working Paper series

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Gunnarsson, Åsa
Eriksson, Martin

Discussion paper on tax policy and tax principles in Sweden, 1902-2016

2017

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Dellinger, Fanny
Schratzenstaller, Margit

Sustainability-oriented Future EU Funding: A European Nuclear Power Tax

2017

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Krenek, Alexander
Schratzenstaller, Margit

Sustainability-oriented EU Taxes: The Example of a European Carbon-based Flight Ticket Tax

2016

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Gunnarsson, Åsa

Introducing independent income taxation in Sweden in 1971

2016

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Björklund Larsen, Lotta

SWEDEN: failure of a cooperative compliance project?

2016

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Solilová, Veronika
Nerudová, Danuše
Dobranschi, Marian

Sustainability-oriented Future EU Funding: A Financial Transaction Tax

2016

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De Widt, Dennis
Mulligan, Emer
Oats, Lynne

Regulating tax advisers: a European comparison of recent developments and future trends

2016

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Schratzenstaller, Margit
Krenek, Alexander
Nerudová, Danuše; et al.

EU taxes as genuine own resource to finance the EU budget: pros, cons and sustainability-oriented criteria to evaluate potential tax candidates

2016

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Nerudová, Danuše
Solilová, Veronika
Dobranschi, Marian

Sustainability-oriented Future EU Funding: The case of a C(C)CTB

2016

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Danuše Nerudová presented sustainability oriented future EU-funding to the European Parliament

Danuše Nerudová presented sustainability oriented future EU-funding to the European Parliament

On January 31, 2017, the Committee on Budgets (BUDG) in the European Parliament held an Interparliamentary committee meeting. The topic of the meeting was: More transparent, simple, fair and democratically accountable ways to finance the EU: Follow up of the final recommendations of the high-level group on own resources.


A Financial Transaction Tax might contribute to the closing of sustainability gaps in the EU budget

Strengthening the link between smart, sustainable and inclusive growth and the EU system of own resources, the introduction of Financial Transaction Tax (FTT) as a tax-based own resource could contribute to the decrease in the existing sustainability gaps. Those are the findings of the recent FairTax working paper “Sustainability-oriented Future EU Funding: A Financial Transaction Tax”, elaborated by FairTax researchers Veronika Solilová, Danuše Nerudová and Marian Dobranschi, all from the Department of Accounting and Taxes at Mendel University in Brno.


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What to learn from a failed (?) Swedish tax compliance project

Governments and tax agencies want to collect the correct amount of taxes in a timely and efficient manner. But what is the best way for tax agencies to work with large multinational corporations? Can collaboration between tax agencies and corporations increase tax compliance? Researchers from the Horizon2020 FairTax project tries to find out what we can learn from a Swedish tax compliance project that some might call a failure. Read more


FairTax research presented to the High Level Group on Own Resources

On September 30, 2016, Margit Schratzenstaller and Danuše Nerudová presented FairTax research on options for tax-based EU own resources to the inter-institutional High Level Group on Own Resources (HLGOR) chaired by ex-EU commissioner Mario Monti. Read more