Tax reform in Europe over the next decades

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Lutz, Christin; Lehr, Ulrike;
(2010)
  • Publisher: Gesellschaft für Wirtschaftliche Strukturforschung (GWS) Osnabrück
  • Subject: Innovation | Steuerinzidenz | Tax, Europe | Steuerreform | EU-Staaten | H | Umwelttechnik | Tax | Steuerwirkung | Ökosteuer | Europe
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Study for the European Environmental Agency, Copenhagen “Tax reform in Europe over the next decades: implication for the environment, for eco-innovation and for household distribution” Task A: Eco-innovation Literature review on eco-innovation and ETR Modellin... View more
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