Tax Expenditure Policy Making and the Role of Parliaments: CEP’s New Blog Series

Given the importance of the role of parliaments when it comes to tax expenditures policy making and, at the same time, the little recognition of this role, the Council on Economic Policies hasĀ  launched a blog series to shed further light on this critical aspect of tax policy.

The series brings together perspectives from a variety of contributors with firsthand views on the field and with a focus on the role of (and, in some cases, their interactions with) parliaments. The contributors include a wide range of profiles (policy makers, academics, members of parliament as well as experts in the TE field) and cover different contexts (TE policy implemented at the supranational, national and subnational levels in low-, middle, as well as high-income jurisdictions).

  • Read the Introduction to the series , by Agustin Redonda, CEP Senior Fellow.
  • Read the case of The Netherlands, by Rocus van Opstal, former Deputy Director of the Fiscal Policy Division at the Dutch Ministry of Finance.

If you think you (or someone you know) could contribute a piece to the series, you can write to: [email protected]