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Reforming the tax system for the 21st century.
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Helen is a senior research economist in the productivity and innovation research sector. She joined the Institute in 2007.
Broadly, Helen's research focuses on innovation, firm behaviour and corporate taxes. Her current research looks at the affect of corporate taxes on where firms chose to locate intellectual property and considers issues surrounding tax competition between European governments. Other projects focus on the extent to which firms are locating their innovative activity abroad, including to emerging economies, and the factors which drive this trend.
All available publications
Rachel Griffith, Helen Miller and Martin O'Connell, March 2014, Ownership of intellectual property and corporate taxation, Presentations
Rachel Griffith, Helen Miller and Martin O'Connell, February 2014, Ownership of intellectual property and corporate taxation, Journal of Public Economics, Elsevier, Journal Articles
Rachel Griffith, Helen Miller and Martin O'Connell, June 2011, Corporate taxes and the location of intellectual property, External publications
Carl Emmerson, Paul Johnson and Helen Miller, February 2014, Still not half way there yet on planned spending cuts, IFS Press Releases
Rachel Griffith and Helen Miller, November 2013, Multinational firms, intellectual property and taxation, Presentations
Helen Miller, October 2013, EU Commission labels UK Patent Box harmful tax competition , Observations
Rachel Griffith and Helen Miller, October 2013, Multinational firms, intellectual property and taxation, Presentations