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Title The future of EU-finances / edited by Thiess Buttner and Michael Thone.
Imprint Tubingen, Germany : Mohr Siebeck, [2016]

Series Beitrage zur Finanzwissenschaft, 0340-675X ; 34
Beitrage zur Finanzwissenschaft ; 34. 0340-675X
Subject Fiscal policy -- European Union countries -- Congresses.
European Union countries -- Economic policy -- Congresses.
European Union countries -- Economic integration -- Congresses.
European Union countries -- Economic conditions -- Congresses.
Finance -- European Union countries -- Congresses.
Taxation -- European Union countries -- Congresses.
Budget -- European Union countries -- Congresses.
Alt Name Buttner, Thiess, 1966-
Thone, Michael,
Description 1 online resource (vii, 164 pages) : illustrations
Note Print version record.
Papers of a symposium held in Brussels on January 14, 2016.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Cover; Table of Contents; Thiess Buttner and Michael Thone: The Future of EU-Finances -- Synopsis; 1 Introduction; 2 Assessing the Current System; 3 Europe as a Federation; 4 EU Taxes; 5 Conclusions; Vilen Lipatov and Alfons Weichenrieder:The Subsidiarity Principle as a Guideline for Financing the European Budget; 1 Introduction; 2 Decentralizing a central revenue requirement; 3 Decentralizing the revenue requirement with tax spillovers; 4 Implications of decentralized revenue collection; 5 The recent critique of the GNI own resource; 6 Conclusions; References.
Thiess Buttner: EU Funding System and Smoothing of Member States' Revenues1 Introduction; 2 Smoothing effects of funding schemes; 2.1 Alternative funding schemes; 2.1.1 Fixed contributions; 2.1.2 Income dependent contributions; 2.1.3 Tax capacity dependent contributions; 3 Empirical analysis; 4 Implications for smoothing and incentives; 5 Conclusions; 6 Appendix; 6.1 Variance of net revenues under income dependent contributions; 6.2 Variance of net revenues under tax capacity dependent contributions; References.
Christos Kotsogiannis: European Union and Own Revenue Resources: (Brief) Lessons from Fiscally Decentralized Economies1 Introduction; 2 Aspects of an integrated and unified market; 3 EU own resources: The current position; 4 Arguments for a more active role for the EU in expenditure and tax matters ; 5 Experience in federal countries; 6 Concluding remarks; References; Massimo Bordignon and Simona Scabrosetti: The Political Economy of Financing the EU Budget; 1 Introduction; 2 The present system of funding the EU budget; 3 The limits of the present system; 4 Proposals for reform.
5 A political economy approach to reforming the revenue side of the EU budget5.1 On the political economy advantages of the present system; 5.2 So why change?; 5.3 Which change?; 5.4 An EMU budget?; 5.5 Political dynamics of EU taxes; 5.6 On the implementation of an EU tax; 5.7 Transitory period; 6 Conclusions; References; Friedrich Heinemann: Strategies for a European EU Budget; 1 Introduction; 2 The core of the problem; 3 The misguided focus on the revenue side; 4 Strategies for a better spending structure; 4.1 Marketing efforts to make EPG more visible; 4.2 Reform experiments.
4.3 Accounting exercises: Quantify "equivalent national expenditure"4.4 EPG evaluation; 4.5 Contractual arrangements; 4.6 Differentiate co-financing; 4.7 Pre-defined net balances; 4.8 Power shift to European Parliament with Europe-wide party lists; 4.9 European Finance Minister; 5 Conclusion; References; Michael Thone: Transferring Taxes to the Union: The Case of European Road Transport Fuel Taxes; 1 Introduction; 2 Reasoning and European added value of a common tax for road traffic and transport; 3 Status quo of transport fuel taxation.
Summary Eine Reform des Einnahmensystems innerhalb der Politik der EU kann ein wichtiger Schritt sein, um zu gewahrleisten, dass die Union in der Lage ist, jegliche Anforderungen zu erfullen. Der Band prasentiert eine Sammlung ausgewahlter Aufsatze von Experten aus Wirtschafts- und Rechtswissenschaften, die viele Aspekte derartiger Reformen behandeln.
ISBN 9783161547867 (electronic bk.)
3161547861 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 9783161546563
OCLC # 983935902
Additional Format Print version: Future of EU-finances. Tubingen : Mohr Siebeck, [2016] 9783161546563 (DLC) 2016592263 (OCoLC)960797846

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