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Il Regime Fiscale Dei Calciatori: Un’Analisi Economica Comparata

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  • Stefano Vecchione
  • Francesco Addesa

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Introduzione – 1. Il Declino Competitivo del Calcio Italiano – 2. Il Rapporto di Lavoro Dipendente per un Calciatore Professionista – 3. IRPEF: Nozioni Generali e Risvolti nel Mondo Sportivo – 4. La Tassazione nelle Principali Leghe Europee – Conclusioni

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  • Stefano Vecchione & Francesco Addesa, 2012. "Il Regime Fiscale Dei Calciatori: Un’Analisi Economica Comparata," Rivista di Diritto ed Economia dello Sport, Centro di diritto e business dello Sport, vol. 8(3), pages 49-71, dicembre.
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