2 edition of Premediation analysis of the energy taxation dispute in Finland found in the catalog.
Premediation analysis of the energy taxation dispute in Finland
by Helsinki School of Economics and Business Administration in [Helsinki]
Written in English
|Series||Acta Universitatis Oeconomicae Helsingiensis., 130|
|LC Classifications||HD9502.F52 B73 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||312 p. :|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||98105458|
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Global demand for Finland’s forest-based products is growing and, as a consequence, so is the supply of these wood-based energy sources. The country has aligned its climate and energy policies with a goal of climate neutrality by and ambitious climate targets for , such as cutting oil consumption in half and achieving 30% of renewables in transport by Finland - Finland - Labour and taxation: By far the majority of Finns (roughly two-thirds) are employed in the service sector. The next largest source of employment and still significant is manufacturing, while the proportion of those involved in the increasingly marginalized agricultural sector is very small. Finland’s largest employer organization is the Confederation of Finnish .
The government of Finland made the climate and energy strategy in October It considers energy in , and According to this plan the primary energy use in Finland will increase 13% from to The use of electricity will grow more % that energy in . Wood has been the most significant energy source in Finland for some time. Currently, at the annual level, wood is used more than oil, which still produces the highest share of greenhouse gas emissions in Finland out of all fuels. Emissions from oil are even greater than the emissions from all other fossil fuels combined.
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Bragge, J. Environment-related energy taxation in Finland. Premediation analysis of the dispute between the industry and the environmentalists, Helsinki School of Economics, Research report D (in Finnish, published using maiden name Pajunen), p.
90Cited by: 6. This paper illustrates a real application of negotiation and decision analytic techniques to a long-continued dispute between industry and the environmentalists in Finland.
Specifically, we applied the so-called premediation analysis to discover efficient compromise solutions for Finland’s future energy taxation by: 6. JAMS, the world’s largest private ADR provider, offers comprehensive resolution services in domestic and international energy disputes involving the distribution, transmission and regulation of oil, natural gas and electricity; the construction of pipelines and energy facilities, including those providing nuclear, solar, hydropower and wind power; lease termination; royalties.
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Energy is used in virtually every sector of the economy and by households as well. The rules on energy taxation are complex in the sense that there are a variety of tax rates, depending on the use of the energy, coupled with a broad set of optional tax reduction and exemption schemes that make a big difference between the taxation of energy use in different economic sectors.
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Nokia tax dispute, along with the Vodafone and Shell tax cases, had been identified with the aggressive stance of India’s tax authorities. Finland’s Nokia has settled its high-profile tax row in India by clearing its million euro. This study deals with the historical development and the current situation of the relationship between taxation and accounting in Finland.
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InFinland was the first country in the world to introduce an energy tax based on CO2-emissions. While energy taxation has been revised several times since then, the idea of taxing emissions has been carried over to all subsequent energy tax schemes.
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