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Report IEB 2021

The IEB Report on Fiscal Federalism and Public Finance is published every year, since 2009, with the aim of analysing issues of great relevance today related to fiscal federalism and public finance.

Report IEB 2020

The IEB Report on Fiscal Federalism and Public Finance is published every year, since 2009, with the aim of analysing issues of great relevance today related to fiscal federalism and public finance.

Report IEB 2019

The IEB Report on Fiscal Federalism and Public Finance is published every year, since 2009, with the aim of analysing issues of great relevance today related to fiscal federalism and public finance.

Report IEB 2018

The Barcelona Institute of Economics (IEB) has published “IEB’s Report on Fiscal Federalism and Public Finance” 2018. For another year, the document compiles the various ‘IEB reports’ published during the year 2018 focused on the analysis of infrastructure financing, the use of fiscal policies in relation to the phenomenon of gentrification, the role of public budgets after the great fiscal crisis, and tax havens. The report has contributions from IEB researchers and leading international experts.
The IEB has been publishing this annual report since 2009. Conceived as a research paper on fiscal federalism, the IEB Report has broadened its thematic base to provide rigorous analysis of issues of general interest to society.

IEB’s Report 2017

The IEB’s Report on Fiscal Federalism and Public Finance’17 brings together the four IEB Reports published during 2017, which have addressed the issues of The Long-Awaited Reform of the Regional Financing System, Effects of Teacher Quality on Student Achievement,The Economics of Crime: State of the Art and Current Challenges, and Do We Need a Wealth Tax?. All of them are topics of obvious relevance and interest nowadays.

IEB’s Report 2016

The IEB’s Report on Fiscal Federalism and Public Finance ’16 brings together the four IEB Reports published during 2016, which have addressed the issues of Economic considerations of the refugee crisis in Europe, How Can We Finance our Pensions?, Taxation, Multinationals and Foreign Direct Investment and Inequality: Measurement and Policies. All of them are topics of obvious relevance and interest nowadays.

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