The Resource Energy tax incentives in the United States : A comparative perspective on State aid

Energy tax incentives in the United States : A comparative perspective on State aid

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Energy tax incentives in the United States : A comparative perspective on State aid
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Energy tax incentives in the United States : A comparative perspective on State aid
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eng
Summary
  • North America
  • As the State aid rules illustrate, law designed to protect trade can limit the extent to which governments may use tax incentives to achieve energy and environmental goals. Yet these legal limitations can vary significantly around the world, affecting the role that tax incentives may play in different countries. This article briefly explores how federal constitutional law in the United States shapes the use of energy-related tax expenditures at the federal and state level with a particular eye toward features that are relevant to a comparison with the European Union's taxation powers and its State aid rules
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In: European State aid law quarterly. - Berlin. - Vol. 16 (2017), no. 1 ; p. 34-45
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Milne, J.E
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  • European Union
  • Europe
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English
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  • State aid
  • energy tax
  • tax incentive
  • environmental incentive
  • constitutional law
  • federal tax
  • state tax
  • EU law
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Energy tax incentives in the United States : A comparative perspective on State aid
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Energy tax incentives in the United States : A comparative perspective on State aid
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