Conferences

Nature, Finance and the Macroeconomy: Risks, Impacts and Feedback Effects

19-20 October 2023 | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Conferences, Monetary | Tags: Central Banks, Climate Risk, Financial Risks, Financial Supervisors, Macroprudential Policy, Nature Risks
Nature loss and degradation have implications in the fields of macroeconomics, finance, and environmental policy studies. The conference held in Kuala Lumpur addressed these questions. ... continue reading

Tax Expenditures and Public Scrutiny – Launching the Global Tax Expenditures Transparency Index (GTETI)

9-10 October 2023 | Zurich, Switzerland
Conferences, Fiscal | Tags: Tax Expenditures
The Global Tax Expenditures Transparency Index (GTETI) is the first comparative assessment of tax expenditure (TE) reporting that covers countries worldwide. ... continue reading

Global Tax Expenditures Database – Official Launch

16 June 2021, 15.00-17.30 CET | Online
Conferences, Fiscal | Tags: Inequality, Sustainability, Tax Expenditures, Tax Reform
The Council on Economic Policies (CEP) and the German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) have launched the «Global Tax Expenditures Database» (GTED): www.GTED.net with an online conference on 16 June 2021.   The key findings of the GTED Flagship report presented at ... continue reading

Trade Policy 2020

27 October 2017
Conferences, Trade | Tags: Agricultural Trade, Investment Agreements, Services Trade
Global trade is at a crossroads. Liberal tenets of past decades are increasingly being challenged by critical voices, casting doubts over the benefits of further international trade liberalization. The belief in global trade as a driver for economic wellbeing has taken a serious hit - ... continue reading

Tax Policy 2020 – Fundamentals, Effects and Scenarios

7 November 2014
Conferences, Fiscal | Tags: BEPS, Carbon Tax, Corporate Tax, Income Tax, Inheritance Tax, Wealth Tax
Conference on international and Swiss tax policymaking, its long-term effects and scenarios for tax reforms moving forward. ... continue reading