time and place
Thursday 17 February 2022, 13:15–14:30
Which tax policies are effective in boosting investments and the economic activity of small firms? And what can Sweden learn from the large corporate tax cut in Finland?
Entrepreneurs are often described as the backbone of modern economies as they create jobs and innovations that would not otherwise exist. Tax cuts can be argued to create incentives for increased investments and many countries have implemented significant tax rate cuts in recent years. This SNS report provides new insights into how corporate tax policies influence the economic decisions of small and younger firms.
The webbinar is organized within the framework of the SNS research project Taxes in a Globalised World.
This meeting will be held in English.
Tora Hansjons, State Secretary to the Minister for Finance Mikael Damberg
Aliisa Koivisto, Research Associate at UNU-WIDER in Helsinki, Finland
Patrick Krassén, Tax Policy Expert at Swedish Federation of Business Owners
Hans Peter Larsson, Head of Taxes at FAR, Sweden
Tuomas Matikka, Associate Research Professor at VATT Institute for Economic Research in Helsinki, Finland.
Mats Persson, economic policy spokesperson for the Liberal Party
The discussion is chaired by Ilinca Benson, Deputy CEO at SNS.
Registration and fee
The seminar is free of charge and open to SNS members*, the press and specially invited. The meeting will be conducted as a webinar. You can register by clicking on “Register here” above.
You will receive an e-mail with a link to the seminar the day before the meeting. You will be able to ask written questions during the seminar.
Welcome to participate!