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IFS / ETPF conference: international tax and economic welfare
In Phase 3 of the ETPF research projects, we are aiming to build towards a longer term programme, which should provide a mix of research projects on different themes and of different styles. In Phase 3 and subsequently, some papers would certainly need to cover policy questions, which come under the heading "International Tax Design". One advantage of including such projects is that it enables us to bring to the ETPF first-rate economic theorists, who do not generally undertake empirical work, but who nevertheless are able to produce clear analysis of policy questions. But in phase 3 and subsequently, we also aim to include empirical projects relevant to determining international tax policy. These would include elements from the Phase 1 and Phase 2 themes: how taxes affect business decisions, and how taxes and business decisions affect welfare.
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Michael Overesch , Centre for European Economic Research
The effects of company taxation in EU accession countries on German multinationals
Andreas Haufler , Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich
Thin capitalization rules: do they yield a double dividend or do
Johannes Voget , Centre for Business Taxation, Oxford University
What are the effects of taxes on the location of headquarters?
Helen Simpson , CMPO, Bristol
How does overseas investment affect activity at home?
Michael Devereux , University of Oxford
Economic principles for taxing international income