Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Peter Birch Sørensen.|
|Contributions||Sørensen, Peter Birch.|
|LC Classifications||HJ2809.5 .T393 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 234 p. :|
|Number of Pages||234|
The Nordic tax systems have recently undergone dramatic changes. Tax bases have been broadened, marginal tax rates have been cut, and the Nordic countries have abandoned the traditional income tax in favour of a 'dual' income tax combining progressive taxation of labour income with a low flat tax . Tax Policy in the Nordic Countries by Peter Birch Sorensen, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Recent innovations in Nordic tax policy: from the global income tax to the dual income tax / Peter Birch Sørensen --Taxation of income from small businesses: taxation principles and tax reforms in the Nordic countries / Kåre Petter Hagen and Peter Birch Sørensen. Abstract. The corporate tax systems in the Nordic countries have undergone radical changes in recent years. At the end of the s the Nordic corporate tax systems were still characterized by a combination of narrow tax bases and high statutory tax rates.
This book first examines the requirements that EU tax law puts on a multilateral EU tax treaty and then studies the Nordic multilateral tax treaty, article by article, with the purpose of answering the question of how the Nordic treaty should be modified in order for it to function as a model for a multilateral EU tax . Tax policy is a core instrument of public policy in the Nordic countries. Whilst popular media often criticise the high taxes in Nordic countries, the public generally recognises that taxes provide necessary support to essential services. They know that to ‘slash’ taxes also means slashing healthcare, education, social security, and numerous other public services. In the Nordic countries, like Sweden and Finland, marginal tax rates can be close to 60 percent for people earning $, This entry about Business laws in the Nordic countries: legal and tax aspects has been published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY ) licence, which permits unrestricted use and reproduction, provided the author or authors of the Business laws in the Nordic countries: legal and tax aspects entry and the.
Facts and statistics about the Nordic Region and the Nordic countries. Facts about the Nordic Region. Find useful information about the Nordic Region and each of its countries here. State of the Nordic Region. State of the Nordic Region presents facts and figures from the Nordic countries on core socioeconomic areas. Image bank. The Nordic Model works in Scandinavia because it’s in Scandinavia. It’s a whole system, not just a few policies, that makes life in Scandinavian countries more like a shared journey. There are, no doubt, things that the rest of the world could learn from the region. The Carbon Tax Center, which supports these policies, reports that only a small number of countries have enacted such taxes, none of them in North America and some countries repealing them after enactment. 10 It is possible, however, that the Nordic countries . The Nordic Model. The Nordic model is a term coined to capture the unique combination of free market capitalism and social benefits that have given rise to a society that enjoys a host of top.