Seminars 2010

Tue, January 12
Laurent Simula, Uppsala University
"Income Tax and Migration Competition"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., January 19
Katarina Nordblom and Jovan Zamac,
Uppsala University
"TBA"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Fri., January 22
Joint seminar in labor and public economics:
Etienne Lehmann
, CREST - INSEE (joint with Alexis Parmentier and Bruno van der Linden)
"Optimal income taxation with endogenous participation and search unemployment"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., Feb., 23
Kai A. Konrad,
The Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law
"Taxation and Market Power"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Thur., Feb., 25
Bas Jacobs, Erasmus University Rotterdam,
"The Marginal Cost of Public Funds and Optimal Second-Best Policy Rules"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433
**NOTE THE DAY!!**

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Tue., March 2
Eckhard Janeba,
University of Mannheim
"Political ideology and tax competition: Experimental evidence"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., March 9
Olof Johansson Stenman,
University of Gothenburg
"State-Variable Public Goods When Relative Consumption Matters: A Dynamic Optimal Taxation Approach" (With Thomas Aronsson)
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., March 16
Oscar Erixson,
Uppsala university
"The Effect of Inheritance Receipt on Capital and Labor Income "
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., March 23
Laurence Jacquet,
NHH
"A comparison of optimal tax policies when compensation or responsibility matter"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Thu., March 25
Friedrich Schneider,
Johannes Kepler University of Linz
"An Empirical Analysis of the Dynamics of the Welfare State: The Case of Benefit Morale"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433
**Note the day**

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Tue., Apr., 13
Martin Jacob,
Eberhard Karls University Tübingen
"Why Do Some Realize Capital Gains and Others Losses? – Evidence from German Income Tax Data"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., April 20
Lennart Flood,
University of Gothenburg
"Taxes, Wages and Working Hours"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., May 11
Alain Trannoy,
EHESS
"Optimal linear and non-linear income taxes under uncertainty"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., May 18
John Weymark,
Vanderbilt University
"How Optimal Nonlinear Income Taxes Change When the Distribution of the Population Changes"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Wed., May., 19
Robin Boadwa
y, Queen’s University
"Entrepreneurship and Asymmetric Information in Input Markets"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433
**Note the day**

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Tue., May 25
Laurent Simula,
Uppsala University
"Marginal Deadweight Loss when the Income Tax is Nonlinear" (together with Sören Blomquist)
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., June, 1
Kåre Vernby,
Department of Government, Uppsala University
"Inclusion and the Size of Government: Evidence from Sweden's Voting Rights Reform of 1975"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., June 15
Thomas Aronsson,
Umeå University
"Positional Preferences in Time and Space: Implications for Optimal Income Taxation"
Time 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., Aug. 17
Benno Torgler,
School of Economics and Finance, Queensland University of Technology
"Psychophysiological and Neural Basis of Tax Compliance"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue.,Sep. 7
Marco Sahm,
University of Munich
"The Contest Winner: Gifted or Venturesome?"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue.,Sep. 14
Jörgen Weibull,
Stockholm School of Economics
"The Condorcet Jury Theorem and Heterogeneity"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue.,Sep. 21
Helene Lundqvist and Matz Dahlberg,
Uppsala University
"Ethnic Diversity and Preferences for Redistribution"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue.,Sep. 28
Ronny Freier,
Stockholm School of Economics
"Playing the game 'Going to Jerusalem': The effect of holding an extra seat in local governments"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., Oct. 12
David Joulfaian
, Office of Tax Analysis, US Department of the Treasury, Washington DC
"On the behavioral effects of wealth transfer taxes"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., Oct. 19
Jon Fiva,
University of Oslo
"Disentangling Duverger’s Mechanical and Psychological Effects"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., Oct. 26
Henrik Jordah
l, IFN - Research Institute of Industrial Economics
"The right look: Conservative politicians look better and their voters reward it"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., Nov. 2
David Wildasin,
University of Kentucky
"Fiscal Competition for Imperfectly-Mobile Labor and Capital: A Comperative Dynamic Analysis"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., Nov. 9
Åsa Hansson,
Lund Universitet
"Labor taxes and FDI decisions in an enlarged European Union"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., Nov. 16
Nadine Riedel,
Oxford University
"Corporate Taxation and the Choice of Patent Location within Multinational Firms"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433

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Tue., Dec. 7
Nicolas Pistolesi,
Toulouse School of Economics
"The link between intergenerational earnings mobility and inequality of opportunity: Application to France and the U.S" (joint with Arnaud Lefranc and Alain Trannoy)
Time: 13.15, Place: F433
(joint labor and public seminar)

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Tue., Dec. 14
Hubert Kempf,
Bank of France
"Insulation Impossible: Monetary Policy and Regional Fiscal Spillovers in a Federation"
Time: 13.15, Place: F433
(joint macro and public seminar)

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