Effectiveness of Tax Incentives on Innovation Technology in the European Union
Increasing research and development activities, especially in the private sector, it is possible through tax incentives for companies witch unfold research and development activities. A tax incentive represents an important determined in innovative behavior. For designing and measuring public support to research and development activities it is often not sufficient to focus only on tax rate effects of research and development activities , tax incentives and the design of a tax incentive must be in accordance with the framing tax system in order to be effective. Though this research is revealed that the tax incentives brings no increase innovation.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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