* 6 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (6) Topics Germany (6) Tax Policy (6) Fiscal Policy & National Budgets (5) Business Cycle (1) Economic & Financial Crises (1) Welfare State (1) Publicationtype Brief (6) Policy Article (6) Units Forecasting Center (6) Special Topics (6) Global Division of Labor (1) Public Policy under Globalisation (1) The Environment and Natural Resources (1) Experts Alfred Boss (4) Henning Klodt (3) Astrid Rosenschon (1) Christiane Krieger-Boden (1) Claus-Friedrich Laaser (1) Jens Boysen-Hogrefe (1) Kristina Neuhuber (1) Setareh Khalilian (1) Sonja Peterson (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Germany Topics: Tax Policy Publicationtype: Brief Remove all filters Policy Article Can Germany escape the debt trap? Perspectives for the federal budget (in German) 01.06.2010 Kiel Policy Brief No. 20: The German federal minister of finance is faced with sizeable challenges. Policy Article With the stimulus package out of the crisis? (in German) 01.02.2009 Kiel Policy Brief No. 2 Policy Article Avoid secret tax increase (in German) 01.12.2011 Kiel Policy Brief No. 41: The German system of income taxation is characterized by a strong degree of progression. “Bracket creep” due to the increase of nominal incomes leads to additional tax revenues in the range of €5 billion per year in the... Policy Article Does the medium-term tax estimate fit the financial planning of the federal states? (in German) 01.07.2014 Kiel Policy Brief No. 78: Official tax projections often exhibit increasing tax ratios in the medium term. However, such tendencies cannot be observed in actual tax revenues. Policy Article The Kiel Subsidy Traffic Light (in German) 01.05.2011 Kiel Policy Brief No. 28. Cutting government subsidies could contribute substantially to consolidating the budget in Germany. Policy Article Tax burden and secret tax increase in selected cases 2013–2017 (in German) 01.11.2014 Kiel Policy Brief No. 81: The tax burden of typical wage income earners in Germany is analysed by the Kiel economist Alfred Boss.