4 edition of Tax harmonization in the European Common Market. found in the catalog.
Tax harmonization in the European Common Market.
J. H. Christiaanse
|Statement||[By] Jan H. Christiaanse.|
|Series||Publications of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, Netherlands School of Economics, Rotterdam, nr. 2|
|Contributions||Tax Executive Institute.|
|LC Classifications||HJ2599.5 .C56|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||72189835|
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Economics Letters 39 () 79 North-Holland From a customs union to a common market The need for factor-tax harmonization Michael S. Michael UniL7ersity of Connecticut, Storrs CT, USA Received 11 December Accepted 14 February Wooton () demonstrates that a movement of a small customs union towards a common market may result in a welfare loss if the common Cited by: 3. The item The EEC Reports on tax harmonization: the report of the Fiscal and Financial Committee and the reports of the Sub-groups A, B and C represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation. The EEC Reports on tax harmonization: the report of.
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Tax harmonization in the EU is not a common policy in the tax field, but the adjustment of national fiscal policies are necessary for proper functioning of the single market.
Tax harmonization can be achieved spontaneously (through market forces), by the actions of European institutions (fiscal policy coordination, the harmonization of tax laws Author: Daniela Pîrvu. Yet harmonization is a crucial step in establishing a common market in Europe.
This book examines the efforts of the European Commission to achieve harmonization. It bases its analysis on the study of theoretical economic models of corporate tax systems which meet the requirements of a common market and avoid economic inefficiencies as well as Cited by: 2.
Due to the above mentioned tax competition and tax harmonization became particularly topical prob-lem, it influences all the economic subjects on the common market and also member states and first of all its national budget revenues.
RESULTS Harmonization Even though at present the term tax harmonizationCited by: Tax harmonization is generally understood as a process of adjusting tax systems of different jurisdictions in the pursuit of a common policy objective.
Tax harmonization involves the removal of tax distortions affecting commodity and factor movements in order to bring about a more efficient allocation of resources within an integrated market. Tax harmonization may serve alternative goals, such.
European Union. One of the main preconditions for European integration is the harmonization of taxes, respectively the harmonization of national tax systems of countries that aim to integrate into the European common market. European Union legal base is known as.
Through the arguments for corporate tax harmonization in the EU and describing the current stage of this process, the legislative rules which are insufficient to solve the many problems implied by the proper functioning of the Single Market, are revealed. The book also exposes the issues involved in the consolidation of the corporate tax base.
Moreover, some Member States fear that a common corporate tax base could imply harmonisation of tax rates. The proposal of a CCTB consists in existing national corporate tax systems plus a new one which would represent a new harmonised EU rule for the definition of a common tax base on a European level.
Corporate tax harmonization in the European Union Zsófia Dankó The recent financial and economic crisis of the European Union had exposed the necessity to complete monetary union with an economic union.
One of the assets of a stronger economic integration is the harmonization of the tax systems (e.g. the corporate tax regimes) of the 27Cited by: 5. in the EU, then the tax harmonization can be understood as the mechanism, which enable to remove tax regulations which create obstacles to smooth functioning of the internal market or which distort the competition on the internal market.
The aim of the tax harmonization in the European Union is. PRINCIPLES OF INDIRECT TAX HARMONIZATION IN THE EU Materials, Methods, and Literature Overview Tax harmonization is a process of tax systems convergence on the basis of common rules.
The situation where some countries use common tax provisions along with tax provisions of national character is called partial tax Size: KB.
This paper presents a comprehensive review and analysis of tax harmonization and tax competition in the European Union.
It is shown that while tax burdens in the European Union have increased. Get this from a library. Tax harmonization in the European Common Market. Lecture given at the 21st annual Mid-year conference of the Tax Executives Institute on MaWashington, D.C.
[J H Christiaanse; Tax Executives Institute (U.S.)]. T ax competition and tax harmonization in the European Union tax burden from the mobile factors, as the capital as - sets, to immobile factors, especially : Danuše Nerudova.
"Back Matter" published on by INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND. Tax harmonization is an integral part of completing the single European market. Expansion of the single market to the European Economic Area, and eventually to some Eastern European countries, suggests that the EC approach to tax harmonization will apply more broadly than origninally envisaged.
This study considers these issues and examines the case for harmonizing taxation of commodities and. Find sources: "Tax rates in Europe" – news newspapers books scholar JSTOR (August ) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) #N#An aspect of fiscal policy.
Government revenue. Property tax equalization. Non-tax revenue. Tax harmonization. Tax competition. Double taxation. Medical savings account. Downloadable. This paper analyses the concept of the single market within the EU. In focus will be a historical overview of creating a single market, advantages and disadvantages of integration in this market.
The EU's main goal is to create an area without internal barriers where free movement of goods, persons, services and capital.
However, since the establishment of the EU so far, the Author: Fitore Morina, Bedri Peci. The European Union (EU) tax mandate remains narrow. That there was only a limited transfer of tax authority to the EU exempliﬁes the failure of political and ﬁscal integration. Using a political economy framework, this article analyzes why the heads of state rejected tax harmonization proposals in the intergovernmental conferences.
Common tax base. The UK and Ireland have opposed a common EU tax base for fear it would open the door to a harmonisation of rates, which both countries say must remain their sovereign right to decide.
The economic justification of tax harmonisation in the EC “harmonisation once looked upon by some observers as an Eurocratic idiosyncrasy has gradually and quietly moved to a central place in the Community.” [xxxix] Taxes claim between a half and a third of national income in the MSs of the EC [xl] and carry a weight which cannot be overlooked.
Get this from a library! Translation of the Neumark report: report of the Fiscal and Financial Committee on tax harmonization in the Common Market.
[Fritz Neumark; Commission of the European Communities. Fiscal and Financial Committee.].of the common market, and still this article is the main base of establishing the objectives of the Community, and the economics of the European Union. The common market requires the freedom of goods, services, and free movement of persons and capital, normal conditions of competition, and harmonization of national law in as far as disparities.The tax harmonization is one of the main achievements (or still the aim) of the Single European Market (SEM), that was created in the European Union in Single European Market means the creation of one big market without the internal.