Organization: FairTax research programme
Listen to our latest research findings on CCCTB, EU-own taxes, a sustainable tax collection, what defines equal, socially and environmentally sustainable taxation and more. Don’t miss this opportunity to take part in discussions on how to create sustainable European tax systems in the future!
Moderator: Emer Mulligan, National University of Ireland
Fredrik Löfstedt, The Swedish Permanent Representation
13:00 – 13:10: Introduction of the Fairtax Project: Aim, impact and challenges
Åsa Gunnarsson, FairTax coordinator, Umeå University
13:10 – 13:50: Revisioning the “Fiscal EU”: Social, Gender, Environmental, and Economic Norms
Fiscal polices aiming to define and implement “fair and sustainable taxation“ have to be effective in meeting social, gender, environmental and economic outcomes. These efforts are not simply idealistic or unrealistic targets, but actually part of existing legal obligations in a number of international and EU level agreements.
Presenters: Ulrike Spangenberg, Umeå University / Ann Mumford, King’s College London
Discussant: Brigitte Young, University of Münster.
13:50 – 14:20 Refreshments
14:20 – 15:00 Financing the EU Budget: CCCTB and Other Sustainability-oriented Candidates for EU Taxes
We suggest candidates for own EU taxes (e.g. the CCCTB, a carbon-based flight ticket tax, a financial transaction tax, or a carbon tax). These alternative revenue sources are evaluated with regard to their budgetary impact on EU Member States and to their expected contribution to economic, social, environmental, and cultural/institutional sustainability of taxation in the EU.
Presenters: Danuše Nerudová, Mendel University Brno / Margit Schratzenstaller, Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO)
Discussant: Jorge Núñez Ferrer, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS).
15:00 – 15:40 What makes tax collection sustainable?
The administrative dimension of tax policy implementation is crucial to its success. Using the case of corporate tax policy, the relationship between taxpayers and tax authorities is examined across eight jurisdictions to identify features leading to sustainability and barriers to success.
Presenters: Karen Boll, Copenhagen Business School / Lynne Oats, Exeter University
Discussant: Hans Gribnau, Tilburg University.
The event is open to everyone.
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