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Decrease taxes, increase spending!, doesn’t feel as sound economic policy


In the past years, almost everything related to economics and economic debate was built on tax initiatives. But economic performance does not simply emerge, by itself, only through changes in taxes. It needs structural accumulation, concrete rules and credibility for the well-functioning of markets, competitively and predictability for the business environment,

The Romanian economy is almost built around the state budget


Fiscal policy does not need to solve only the quantitative and, often, circumstantial problems of the budget, as it happened, unfortunately, until now, but rather to solve structural, profound problems of the economy. At the same time, in my opinion, structural reforms should mean more than professionalizing the management and cleaning the SOEs sector. Consolidating the

Absolute fiscal simplification by eliminating the corporate income tax


For more than 20 years, the tax system perpetuated itself bureaucratically and administratively, its main function being to serve the state budget. Anyway, where and when it was done, tax simplification was only marginal. Rarely were more daring solutions advanced, meant to revive a paralyzed, bureaucratic fiscal system that actually generated economic counter-

The Scenery of Optimal Taxation: Progressive vs. Flat Tax


In this study I invite you to a journey on the land of tax analysis, one that is surrounded by passion and controversies. The purpose of this “journey” is to understand the possibility that the economic science can “prescribe” the optimal taxation, both when it comes to the tax regime (progressive vs. flat tax), as well as regarding the level of taxation. I will argue the need to destroy some myths

The Revolution of Flat Tax. Whose Victory?


I have tried, in various studies and articles, to show why the choice of a particular taxation system is not and cannot be a scientific one, but a political issue, in essence. Further on, we also need to understand another essential idea, namely that the flat tax system is not, by definition, the foundation of a liberal fiscal policy. In fact, “the revolution” of the flat tax that occurred in

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