EUROMOD is a tax-benefit microsimulation model for the EU that enables researchers and policy analysts to calculate, in a comparable manner, the effects of taxes and benefits on household incomes and work incentives for the population of each country and for the EU as a whole. It is used to calculate the effects of actual policies, as well as tax-benefit policy reforms, on poverty, inequality, incentives and government budgets.
From 1996 to 2020, EUROMOD was developed and maintained by the Institute for Social & Economic Research (University of Essex). In 2021, this task was taken over by the Joint Research Centre. National teams of EU Member States take part in updating EUROMOD. The Croatian national team comprises researchers from the Institute of Public Finance.
EUROMOD Country Reports contain yearly reviews of tax-benefit systems in the EU countries and their simulation details in EUROMOD.