Substantial benefits are being routed through the tax system separately and much less publicly than in the welfare state. This study analyses how the tax benefits in Denmark and the United Kingdom are operating, raising questions of equity and privilege, and of cost and value for money. One major conclusion is that tax routes to welfare deserves much closer and more public examination than they currently receive in either country.
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SFI - Det Nationale Forskningscenter for Velfærd