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Research project In Sweden a tax credit for domestic services was introduced in 2007. In this research project the aim is to study the jobs that have been created though the tax credits on domestic service reform in Sweden.
In many European countries, amongst them Sweden, different types of political reforms intending to encourage a growth in the domestic service sector have been introduced. The social problems these reform aims to solve differ, but mainly the reforms are intended to stimulate a growth of a “new” legal labour market sector within private homes. In Sweden a tax credit for domestic services was introduced in 2007. The aim of this research project is to study the jobs created trough the tax reform to understand their job growth potential for groups with week labour market connections such as low skilled, long time unemployed and immigrants.
Finansår , 2011, 2012, 2013
huvudman: Elin Kvist, finansiar: FAS, y2011: 800, y2012: 600, y2013: 600,