Study and Exchange of Good Practices on R&D Tax Incentives: TAXUD/2013/DE/315

Camilla Jensen (Advisor)

Activity: Public and private sector consultationConsultancy


Many Member States of the European Union appear to shift public support for innovation from direct grants towards tax incentives. This makes R&D tax incentive schemes an important element of Member States’ strategies to reach the Europe’s 2020 target of three percent GDP dedicated to R&D investment.

Responsible for studying the country cases Japan, Cyprus, Greece, Latvia, Slovak Republic, Romania and Lithuania.
Period1. Oct 201330. Sep 2014
Work forStudy conducted for the EU Commission. CASE participates in the consortium led by CPB (the Netherlands). Other partners are ETLA (Finland) and IHS (Austria)., Poland