What Will EU Membership and the Value-Added Tax Reform Do to Finnish Food Economy? - A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis
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Keywordsfood economy; EU membership; value-added tax reform; numeric general equilibrium modeling; GEMFIN-model; Economic growth; Taloudellinen kasvu; International comparisons; Kansainväliset vertailut; Taxation; Verotus; Taxation and Social Transfers; Julkisen talouden rahoitus ja tulonsiirrot; C680 - Computable General Equilibrium Models; F150 - Economic Integration; H200 - Taxation; Subsidies; and Revenue: General; O100 - Economic Development: General; Q180 - Agricultural Policy; Food Policy;
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