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Wer regiert in der Steuerpolitik? Einkommensteuerreform zwischen internationalem Wettbewerb und nationalen Verteilungskonflikten

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  • Ganghof, Steffen
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    Die anhaltende Debatte über Einkommensteuerreformen in Deutschland scheint paradox. Alle Parteien berufen sich scheinbar auf dieselben Prinzipien, trotzdem können sie keine umfassende Einigung erzielen. Steffen Ganghof analysiert die Reformpolitik im Schnittfeld von internationalem Wettbewerb, politischen Verteilungskonflikten und verfassungsgerichtlicher Kontrolle. Deutlich wird dabei, welchen Anpassungszwängen Politiker unterliegen und wie dies die Grundlagen demokratischer Repräsentation bedroht.

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    This book is provided by Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in its series Schriften aus dem Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung Köln with number 50 and published in 2004.
    Volume: 50
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