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Europa tra Stati Uniti e Confederazione. Occorre scegliere la Confederazione

Giuseppe Vitaletti ()
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Giuseppe Vitaletti: Università Tuscia

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Abstract: Europe is attempting to concentrate in Brussels the actual fiscal revenue, claiming also a European Minister of Economics. If it succeeds, the risk is a negative outcome. In fact Italy, and other European countries as well, would not give up their nationality, in order to become a province of Europe. Nevertheless it is shown that the cause of the problems is the actual fiscal system, of anglo-saxon origin, which it is then necessary to substitute. It is possible to take deep insights from the fiscal system ruling in Italy up to the seventies of the last century, based on a real rather than a personal taxation. In this case it is not necessary a European Minister of Economics. It is sufficient a coordination in some rates of taxation among European countries. It is shown that this is not the only reason to substitute the actual fiscal system. T here are other reasons also, which reveal the actual knots of the ruling personal system.

Keywords: Real taxation; personal taxation; impact regarding Europe (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: H00 H10 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017-09
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