Your email address will be used for Wildy’s marketing materials only. We will never give your email address to any third party. You may opt out at any time by following the unsubscribe link included in every email.
Special Discounts for Newly Called & Students
Browse Secondhand Online
Due to an overnight system upgrade eBook orders will not be processed between 10pm on 18/06/18 and 9am on 19/06/18. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused.
In the process of globalization, incentives occupy an increasingly important place on the legal scene. Given the critical importance of taxation systems, fiscal measures have become decisive tools to confer incentives in the different stages of the tax raising-process.
Yet the application of tax incentive rules (via such measures as exemptions, credits, deferrals, cancellations, or allowances) remains complex and intricate. Against this background, the regulatory framework of tax incentives, which applies at national levels, derives from two major sources: the law of State aid under EU law and the law of subsidies under WTO law. These two legal systems affect and shape the internal structure of national tax systems.
Their adaptation to direct taxation may however be fraught with difficulties. Given that aids and subsidies granted in the form of tax advantages have proliferated over the last decade, it is crucial to investigate whether EU and WTO regulation in this regard is compatible with national tax systems. This ground-breaking book carries out an in-depth analysis of the multi-level regulation of State aid and subsidy in the regulatory context of taxation.
Starting from a review of the substantive provisions of tax incentives as provided for in European law and in WTO law, the author moves on to examine how these legal frameworks are enforced at national levels. The book covers practical elements in the following areas:-
Awards: The book was awarded the Grand Prix Solennel de la Chancellerie des Universités de Paris for the best doctoral thesis defended in 2010 and the Award for Outstanding PhD by the Luxembourgish National Research Fund (FNR).