New era. New plan. Europe. A fiscal strategy for an inclusive, circular economy (Ex'Tax Project)

This study by The Ex’tax Project in cooperation with Cambridge Econometrics, Trucost, Deloitte, EY, KPMG Meijburg and PwC examines the impact of a tax shift from labour to consumption and natural resource use. The study’s finds that such a tax shift among EU Member States would result in 2% higher GDP levels, additional employment for 6.6 million people, and reduced carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions of 8.2%, all by 2020. For further information and to download the study, visit the website.