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The FairTax research project will produce recommendations on how fair and sustainable taxation and social policy reforms can increase the economic stability of EU Member States.

About FairTax
About FairTax

Read more about the research programme.

Research groups
Research groups

FairTax consists of eight research groups/work packages, with researchers from 10 universities in 8 countries.

Results
Results

Find FairTax Working Paper series, Policy Briefs and other recent publications.

News from FairTax
News from FairTax

Find selected news from the research programme.

Objectives
Objectives

The FairTax project will provide specific recommendations relating to four objectives.

Consortium
Consortium

Find contact information for the ten FairTax partner universities.

Collaborations
Collaborations

The FairTax project collaborates with both NGO:s and other research projects.

News from the FairTax programme

Fair and sustainable taxation in the EU
Fair and sustainable taxation in the EU

Stakeholder Event in Brussels, February 19, 2019.

Research from Umeå creates more gender equal taxes in Europe
Research from Umeå creates more gender equal taxes in Europe

The European Parliament recently adopted a new policy urging Member States to reform their taxation systems.

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Åsa Gunnarsson, Professor of Law, FairTax Coordinator

Umeå University
E-mail: asa.gunnarsson@umu.se
Phone: +46 90 786 59 31

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About FairTax

Revisioning the 'Fiscal EU': Fair, Sustainable, and Coordinated Tax and Social Policies - FairTax, is a cross-disciplinary four-year research project, aiming to produce recommendations on how fair and sustainable taxation and social policy reforms can increase the economic stability of EU Member States.

The FairTax consortium consists of 10 partner universities from 8 countries. FairTax is a multidisciplinary project. Methods and theories are based in law, economics, accounting, ethnography, gender studies, economic history, business, and statistics. The project is coordinated by professor Åsa Gunnarsson, Umeå University

The FairTax project is funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme 2014-2018, grant agreement No. FairTax 649439.