Activity: Public and private sector consultation › Consultancy
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.
1. Oct 2013 → 30. Sep 2014
Study conducted for the EU Commission. CASE participates in the consortium led by CPB (the Netherlands). Other partners are ETLA (Finland) and IHS (Austria)., Poland