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TAXATION OF THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF THE EUROPEAN FISCAL POLICY

Georgeta Vintila, Paula Lazar () and Maricica Moscalu ()

Theoretical and Applied Economics, 2009, vol. 12(541)(supplement), issue 12(541)(supplement), 483-489

Abstract: In the present context, when the world's economy is going through a profound economical and financial crisis, a series of factors among which the fiscal ones have a great effect upon the business environment, in general, and upon the small and medium businesses sector, in special. Considering this, the paper aims to analyze the impact of the fiscal policy upon the total fiscal revenues collected at national level in European Union countries and to reveal the most significant modifications in the fiscal regulations applied to the small and medium businesses , considering their special role in sustaining the economic growth, innovations and research activities.

Keywords: European fiscal policy; business environment; small and medium businesses; economic and financial crisis. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2009
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