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Cyprus’ Exploitation of Citizenship Investment Schemes Raises Questions over Many Countries’ Commitment to Europe’s Banking Rules

Gordon Kerr, Cavin O’Driscoll with Enrico Colombatto,

Cyprus' Exploitation of Citizenship Investment Schemes Raises Questions over Many Countries' Commitment to Europe's Banking Rules Background and History of Citizenship Investment Schemes (‘CIS’).
Sixteen EU member states (plus the United Kingdom) operate schemes enabling a residency permit to be obtained by a non-EU citizen in return for a substantial investment, minimum €1 million. Residence in most member states confers (...)


Policy Paper Series

Taxing corporations: why it is not only bad, but unjust


Working Paper Series

Behavioral Biases: How Markets Can Outperform Paternalism
By David Stadelmann & Gustavo Torrens

IREF,

Behavioral Biases: How Markets Can Outperform Paternalism WP 2020-07.


Online Articles

Nobel prize for un world food programme – all that glitters is not gold

Fabian Kurz & Alexander Fink & Translation by Anna-Maria Kohnke,

Nobel prize for un world food programme – all that glitters is not gold This year’s winner of the Nobel Peace Prize came as a real surprise. The World Food Programme (WFP) of the United Nations received the award “for its efforts to combat hunger, for its contribution to bettering conditions for peace in conflict-affected areas and for acting as a driving force in (...)


Our edited publications

Taxation in Europe - Yearbook 2013
The yearly report on the evolution of European tax systems

IREF,

Taxation in Europe - Yearbook 2013


Books of interest

Anti-Piketty
Capital for the 21st Century

Anti-Piketty


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