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Tax and benefit policies in the enlarged Europe

Orsolya Lelkes

Tax and benefit policies in the enlarged Europe

assessing the impact with microsimulation models

by Orsolya Lelkes

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Published by Ashgate in Farnham, Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Steuerbegünstigung,
  • Taxation,
  • Steuerpolitik,
  • EU-Staaten (Osteuropa),
  • Fiscal policy,
  • Einkommensverteilung,
  • Sozialpolitik,
  • EU-Erweiterung,
  • Theorie,
  • Zypern,
  • Finanzpolitik

  • Edition Notes

    StatementOrsolya Lelkes, Holly Sutherland (eds.).
    SeriesPublic policy and social welfare -- v. 35
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHJ2599.5 .T25 2009b
    The Physical Object
    Pagination214 p. :
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24882195M
    ISBN 109780754678489
    LC Control Number2010280016
    OCLC/WorldCa377792478

    Paulus, A and Lelkes, O and Cok, M and Kump, N and Hegedus, P and V rk, A and Sziv s, P and Kralik, S () 'Flat tax reform in Eastern Europe: a comparative analysis of alternative scenarios in Estonia, Hungary and Slovenia, using EUROMOD.' In: Sutherland, H and Lelkes, O, (eds.) Tax and Benefit Policies in the Enlarged Europe: Assessing the Impact With Microsimulation Models. – “An Enlarged Role for Tax-benefit Models”, in Tax and Benefit Policies in the Enlarged Europe (eds. -O Lelkes and H Sutherland), Ashgate, , – “On Data: A Case Study of the Evolution of Income Inequality across Time and across Countries” (with A Brandolini), Cambridge Journal of Economics, , vol

    Tax and Benefit Policies in the Enlarged Europe: Assessing the Impact with Microsimulation Models (Public Policy and Social Welfare Book 35) by Holly Sutherland and Orsolya Lelkes Kindle. The objective of this study is twofold: first to analyze how the implementation of the EU energy tax policies will affect the EU and its Member States and secondly to analyze how energy tax policies can contribute to climate policy objectives in the enlarged EU. Annex in PDF Annex in Excel. 11/07/

    International bureaucracies usually disdain free-market policies. So it's remarkable to see the World Bank issuing a new report, Paying Taxes: The Global Picture, that unambiguously endorses low. The Dilemmas of Tax Coordination in the Enlarged European Union 2 For recent status reports on company tax coordination in Europe, see European Commission () and both to analyse the effects of unilateral changes in tax policies and various forms of international tax coordination.


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Tax-benefit models such as EUROMOD are computer programmes based on household micro-data, which calculate each household's disposable cie-du-scenographe.com Edition: 1st Edition.

The book's chapters Tax and benefit policies in the enlarged Europe book based on a unique instrument -- EUROMOD: the European tax-benefit microsimulation model, which has been enlarged to include Estonia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and other countries.

Tax-benefit models such as EUROMOD are computer programmes based on household micro-data, which calculate each household's disposable cie-du-scenographe.com by: Tax and benefit policies in the enlarged Europe: assessing the impact with microsimulation models.

This book offers the first systematic assessment of income redistribution in Eastern Europe, within a comparative European perspective, and it demonstrates the future research potential of microsimulation techniques in this region.

The book's. Get this from a library. Tax and Benefit Policies in the Enlarged Europe: Assessing the Impact with Microsimulation Models. [Holly Sutherland; Orsolya Lelkes] -- "This book offers the first systematic assessment of income redistribution in Eastern Europe, within a comparative European perspective, and it demonstrates the future research potential of.

The book provides novel analysis on the impact of tax and benefit systems on individuals' incomes and work incentives. Not only actual policies are assessed, but hypothetical scenarios of interest to policy-makers as well, for example the introduction of flat taxes. Tax and Benefit Policies in the Enlarged Europe: Assessing the Impact with European Centre Vienna Ashgate.

This book is based on selected papers from the final conference of a European Commission financed project on “Improving the Capacity and Usability of EU-ROMOD (I-CUE)”, and is one of the first systematic collections of studies. The book's chapters are based on a unique instrument — EUROMOD: the European tax-benefit microsimulation model, which has been enlarged to include Estonia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and other countries.

Tax-benefit models such as EUROMOD are computer programmes based on household micro-data, which calculate each household's disposable income. Tax and Benefit Policies in the Enlarged Europe (Public Policy and Social Welfare) Lelkes, Orsolya and Sutherland, Holly Ashgate: Aldershot, ISBN (pb) Order this book.

Reviewed by Attila Szabo AITIA International, IncAuthor: Attila Szabó. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MICROSIMULATION () 2(2) REVIEWS Lelkes O and Sutherland H (Eds.) () Tax and Benefit Policies in the Enlarged Europe: Assessing the Impact with Microsimulation models, Public Policy and Social Welfare European Centre Vienna, vol.

Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Limited. ISBN The book's chapters are based on a unique instrument -- EUROMOD: the European tax-benefit microsimulation model, which has been enlarged to include Estonia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and.

of actual policies it is also used to evaluate the effects of tax-benefit policy reforms and other changes on poverty, inequality, incentives and government budgets. EUROMOD is a unique resource for cross-national research, designed to produce results that are comparable across countries and meaningful when aggregated to the EU level.

This book offers the first systematic assessment of income redistribution in Eastern Europe, within a comparative European perspective, and it demonstrates the future research potential of microsimulation techniques in this region.

The book's chapters are based on a unique instrument -- EUROMOD: the European tax-benefit microsimulation model, which has been enlarged to include Estonia, Hungary.

Nov 06,  · Simulating Policy Reform: Distributional and Poverty Outcomes of the New Social Welfare Law in Serbia () An Enlarged Role for Tax-benefit Models in: Orsolya, L. and Sutherland, H. (eds.), Tax and Benefit Policies in the Enlarged Europe: Assessing the Impact with L.

and Sutherland, H. (eds.), Tax and Benefit Policies in the Enlarged Cited by: 1. The EU does not have a direct role in collecting taxes or setting tax rates.

The amount of tax each citizen pays is decided by their national government, along with how the collected taxes are spent. The EU does however, oversee national tax rules in some areas; particularly in relation to EU business and consumer policies, to ensure.

The Redistributive Effects of Tax Benefit Systems in the Enlarged EU Clemens Fuest University of Oxford, University of Cologne, CESifo and IZA Judith Niehues University of Cologne, SOCLIFE and IZA Andreas Peichl IZA, University of Cologne and ISER Discussion Paper No. October IZA P.O.

Box Bonn Germany. Tax and Benefit Policies in the Enlarged Europe: Assessing the Impact with Microsimulation Models (book review) By Gijs Dekkers.

Download PDF (80 KB) Abstract. This book review discusses the book by Lelkes and Sutherland (Eds.)status: publishe Year: Author: Gijs Dekkers.

Policy and poverty in seven European Union countries in the Lisbon decade: the contribution of tax-benefit policy changes. John Hills, Alari Paulus, Holly Sutherland, et al.

Book Chapter, Decent incomes for all: improving policies in Europe, No. 5 - Displaying all 4 Publications. Current search: 'Welfare Benefits' and 'Andres Võrk' The effects of taxes and benefits on income distribution in the enlarged EU.

Alari Paulus, Mitja Cok, Francesco Figari, et al. Book Chapter, Tax and Benefit Policies in the Enlarged Europe: Assessing the Impact With Microsimulation Models, Ch. 4: The Redistributive Effects of Tax Benefit Systems in the Enlarged EU Article (PDF Available) in Public Finance Review 38(4) · August with 52 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Apr 08,  · Ebook Media Freedom and Pluralism: Media Policy Challenges in the Enlarged Europe (Hors.Tax and Benefit Policies in the Enlarged Europe Assessing the Impact with Microsimulation Models, 1st Edition. By Holly Sutherland. This book offers the first systematic assessment of income redistribution in Eastern Europe, within a comparative European perspective, and it demonstrates the future research potential of microsimulation.2 EUROMOD (updated ) “Effects of tax-benefit policy changes across the income distributions of the EU countries: and ”, Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex.

3 The full methodology used to estimate the effects of tax-benefit policy changes is described in Section 2 of De Agostini, P., A.