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The Tax Policy Landscape Five Years after the Crisis

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  • Pierre LeBlanc

    (OECD)

  • Stephen Matthews

    (OECD)

  • Kirsti Mellbye

    (OECD)

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The height of the economic and financial crisis is now well past, but its aftermath remains wide-ranging, with many OECD countries still some way from restoring strong and sustainable economic growth. Even before the Great Recession OECD economies faced a range of challenges, most notably from globalisation, but also other challenges such as climates change, growing inequality and population ageing. Against this background, this paper discusses how tax policies have responded to fiscal and macroeconomic developments over the past five years and these longer-term structural economic developments. Le paysage des politiques fiscales, cinq ans après la crise Le paroxysme de la crise économique et financière est loin derrière nous, mais les séquelles restent multiples, et de nombreux pays de l’OCDE ont encore du chemin à parcourir avant de retrouver une croissance économique forte et durable. Avant même la Grande récession, les économies de l’OCDE se heurtaient déjà à un éventail de problématiques telles que, notamment, les incidences de la mondialisation, mais aussi à des défis comme le changement climatique, le creusement des inégalités et le vieillissement de la population. Dans ce contexte, ce rapport explique comment les politiques fiscales se sont adaptées face aux évolutions budgétaires et macroéconomiques de ces cinq dernières années et face à ces bouleversements économiques structurels de plus long terme.

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  • Pierre LeBlanc & Stephen Matthews & Kirsti Mellbye, 2013. "The Tax Policy Landscape Five Years after the Crisis," OECD Taxation Working Papers 17, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:ctpaaa:17-en
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    1. Palmer, Carolyn, 2014. "'Flood and fire and famine': Tax policy lessons from the Australian responses to natural disasters," Working Paper Series 3718, Victoria University of Wellington, Chair in Public Finance.

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