Joined 9 months ago from Tirana
Eduart GJOKUTAJ is a Senior Fiscal Analyst, and supporting and cofounder of Albanian taxation Center (ALTAX). Eduart is the lead analyst and Chief Editor of Fiskalisti Journal.
Eduart holds a master's degree (MSc) in the field of Economics by University of Economy of Tirana, Albania.
Prior to his role as a Tax Expert, Eduart had a long career (20 years) in government, including five years as a political appointee for the fiscal and finance policy in the energy and transportation sector. He as a Senior manager, responsible for supporting Audit, Risk Management, Senior Analysis and Research Director to improve and standardize their models.
Eduart has spent the majority of his early career in the tax administration and policy analysis.
Since joining ALTAX in 1999, he has undertaken in the same time in numerous research projects, governmental position, and has assisted as financial, economic and fiscal adviser for several Cabinet of Ministers in Albania. He worked for 4 years as Head of Board of Albanian public company for generation of electricity, KESH sh.a.
Eduart also prepares monthly financial reports and analysis for fiscal policies in Albania and Western Balkans, and contributes to the domestic and international media and research centers.
“After leaving government service, I give me services based on experience because it is a place where I could continue to do high-quality research on important issues, surrounded by great colleagues. I value the commitment to nonpartisan and independent analysis.
I have published articles on a wide variety of tax policy and fiscal and finance policy issues, including corporate tax reform, welfare distributional effects of tax expenditures, carbon taxes, value-added taxes, net benefits of Social Security taxes and spending, tax compliance, and the effects of saving incentives.”
Eduart works in three European languages (Italian, English, Spanish). He has published extensively on international and Albanian tax law as author 7 books and co-author of 20 working papers and research studies and has written over 500 economic, financial and fiscal analysis, weekly publications and blog, translated in two languages around the world.
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The current coronavirus epidemic is highlighting the weaknesses and vulnerabilities of our health, economic and political system. Amidst all this chaotic situation with the object of human life, it is surprising to understand that political debates and some addressing points
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