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- the working paper series,
- the spotlight series,
- the ECGI Blog
and most recently, the Responsible Capitalism project.
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ECGRF has registered charity status in Belgium (entity no. BE0542700944). Information on cross-border tax deductibility of charitable giving is available from Transnational Giving Europe.
Tax exemption for contributions to ECGRF was sought and approved under applicable Belgian legislation by applying for charitable status in 2014.
The application of the following provisions is supervised by the Belgian Ministry of Finance and is a condition for the renewal of charitable status under Belgian Law:
- at least 80% of the ECGRF annual income will be allocated to research and research-related activities;
- no more than 20% of the income will be allocated towards general administration.