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IREF in Books

IREF in Books
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The IREF study on textbooks was cited in the December 2012 issue of the French literary magazine Books.





IREF sponsor and partner of the 9th European Resource Bank

IREF sponsor and partner of the 9th European Resource Bank
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The European Resource Bank took place in Brussels (Sept 8-10) giving the opportunity to signal both the free-market movement's steady growth and persistent opposition to EU encroachment on individual rights and liberties.





Warning: Last Exit to Belgium

Warning: Last Exit to Belgium
IllustrationOne entrepreneur to go

The hyped rhetoric following the future Belgian exile of LVMH owner Bernard Arnault is no surprise to anyone well-versed in the French psyche.





The Way Out of The Crisis: More or Less Taxes?

The case of France, Italy and Switzerland
The Way Out of The Crisis: More or Less Taxes?
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The 6 and 7 of February IREF is organizing two conferences on the topic of tax solutions to go out of the crisis. The French, Italian and Swiss cases will be discussed by Victoria Curzon-Price, Professor at the University of Geneva, Enrico Colombatto, Professor at the University of Torino and Jean-Philippe Delsol, lawyer specialized in taxation. Closing remarks by Jacques Garello, Professor emeritus at the Aix-Marseille University and Alain Mathieu, President of the French taxpayers association Contribuables Associés.





The IREF team wishes you a happy 2011!

If we are smart enough to avoid armed conflicts, protectionism and the like, there are good reasons to believe that it will be a nice year for all of us, as beautifully explained in the attached video. Enjoy!

 

 





About us

The Institute for Research in Economic and Fiscal Issues was founded in 2002 by representatives of the civil society coming from the academic and business world and willing to establish an efficient platform to investigate fiscal and taxation questions. As a matter of fact, taxation may be considered as a many-faceted issue and existing studies are mostly incomplete if not biased. The need to explore systematically and completely the question was obvious to IREF’s founding members. It can be asserted that this need has also an emergency aspect.

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