Tax Incentives for the Creative Industries

Tax Incentives for the Creative Industries

Hardcover(1st ed. 2017)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789812878311
Publisher: Springer Singapore
Publication date: 01/05/2017
Series: Creative Economy
Edition description: 1st ed. 2017
Pages: 245
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

About the Author


Sigrid Hemels received her Ph.D. in tax incentives for the arts from Leiden University in the Netherlands in 2005. She is full professor of tax law, Erasmus School of Law (ESL), Erasmus University Rotterdam; programme leader of the ESL Research Programme Fiscal Autonomy and Its Boundaries; and head of the ESL Department of Tax Law. She is also senior professional support lawyer at the Amsterdam office of Allen & Overy LLP and a member of the supervisory boards of several Dutch cultural institutions. Dr. Hemels frequently publishes and lectures, both in the Netherlands and abroad, on various tax topics, including tax incentives for charities, art, and cultural heritage.

Kazuko Goto received her Ph.D. in economics from Kyoto University in 1998. She was professor at Saitama University, 2004–2014, and visiting professor at Erasmus University Rotterdam, 2004–2005. At present, she is a professor at Setsunan University in Osaka, where she has been since 2014. She was an executive board member of the Association for Cultural Economics International, 2006–2012. Prof. Goto also was editor in chief of Bunka Keizaigaku (Cultural Economics), 2006–2010, and was president of the Japan Association for Cultural Economics, 2010–2012. She has been an executive board member of the Japan Institute of Public Finance since 2016. Currently, she researches on creative industries from the point of view of tax incentives, copyright, and regional development. She also serves as a member of various committees in national and local governments and contributes to policy making.

Table of Contents

1 Introduction (Sigrid Hemels).- Part I Theoretical Context of Tax Incentives for the Creative Industries.- 2 Defining Creative Industries (Kazuko Goto).- 3 Why Do Governments Financially Support the Creative Industries? (Kazuko Goto).- 4 Tax Incentives as a Creative Industries Policy Instrument (Sigrid Hemels).- 5 Tax Incentives, Harmful Tax Competition and State Aid Considerations in the EU (Raymond Luja).- 6 Tax Incentives Crossing Borders. Considering the Example of Tax Incentives for Charitable Giving (Renate Buijze).- Part II Cases: focus on specific tax incentives.- 7 Tax Incentives for Museums and Cultural Heritage (Sigrid Hemels).- 8 Tax Incentives for the Audio Visual Industry (Sigrid Hemels).- 9 Tax Incentives for the Art Market (Sigrid Hemels).- 10 Tax Incentives for Copyright (Dick Molenaar).- 11 Tax Incentives for Artists (Dick Molenaar).- Part III Conclusion.- 12 Conclusion (Sigrid Hemels).- Index.

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