This paper analyses the effects on growth, equality and labour supply of a tax shift from labour to corporate income and recurrent tax on immovable property, using European Commission QUEST and EUROMOD models.
Karolina Gralek, Silvia De Poli, Philipp Pfeiffer, Sara Riscado and Wouter van der Wielen. European Commission
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Economic Brief 057. August 2020. Brussels. PDF. 16pp. Tab. Graph. Bibliogr. Free.
ISBN 978-92-79-77386-0 (online)
ISSN 2443-8022 (online)
JEL classification: H21, H24, H31, E62
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