Tax Competition and EU Law builds an authoritative synthesis and proposal on its detailed discussions of all aspects of the theory and practice of tax competition, including the following:
In the course of his presentation the author analyses various tax regimes and court cases from most EU Member States, outlining the issues and clarifications each brings to the central questions. His final proposal clearly demonstrates that the beneficial effects of tax competition ¿ decrease in direct tax burden, improved efficiency in public administration, enhancement of employment and development ¿ need not be fraught with the risk of fiscal degradation. This is a major milestone in the success of the projected harmonisation of taxation in the European Union.
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