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The EU must develop in such a way that it convincingly demonstrates its benefit to all Member States and their citizens over and over again.
ZEW Expert Friedrich Heinemann on European Research at ZEW
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MannheimTaxation: Europe's Tax System of the Future
What does the tax policy of the future look like? What can our research contribute to the European and global tax integration? And how can we make the tax system ready for the economic and social challenges of our time? A joint initiative of ZEW and the University of Mannheim, The Leibniz Science Campus MannheimTaxation, deals with these questions. MannheimTaxation research is interdisciplinary, spanning the fields of economics, business administration, law, and political science.
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The ZEW project The Case Law of the European Court of Justice in the Area of Direct Taxation – an Interdisciplinary Analysis creates a broader understanding of various dimensions of the ECJ case law. Furthermore, this project aims to give an overview of Member States’ reactions to selected ‘landmark’ decisions of the ECJ in the area of direct taxation.
Growth, Productivity and Innovation in Europe
Europe can only be successful in pursuing its ambitious goals in areas such as social policy, ecology and international development if it has a sound economic basis. Against this background, ZEW aims to contribute its research and knowledge of the subject to a better understanding of the determinants of innovation, start-up processes, and entrepreneurship. ZEW thus positions itself as a policy advisor on innovation and technology issues at the national and European level.
Europe is the answer for many of the current economic challenges; European added value can only be developed together.