Steuerreform und Gewinnbeteiligung
Fighting unemployment is at the top of the political agenda in Germany. Ronnie Schöb shows how both a fundamental reform of the German system of factor income taxation and the introduction of a public profit sharing scheme can reduce unemployment in Germany substantially. By embedding these policies into a compact for employment, this can be achieved without changing the income distribution as determined by wage negotiations between trade unions and employer organisations or rolling back the welfare state. (Published in German.)
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