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CEBI | Department of Economics | University of Copenhagen

 
 

Recent Popular Lectures

 

 

Tax Compliance: Key Questions and Some Answers

Keynote Lecture: Workshop on Empirical Analysis of Tax Compliance, Oslo 2018

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Presentation of Center of Economic Behavior and Inequality (CEBI), Center of excellence, founded in September 2017

Presentations at Aarhus University, the Danish Central Bank and the Rockwool Research Foundation

September-October 2017

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Minimum wages and youth employment

Presentations at Aarhus University, the Danish Invited lecture, Confederation of Danish Employers, August 2016

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Income taxation, labor supply and welfare

Invited lecture, Danish Economic Association, August 2016

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Using Big Data to analyze Economic Behavior

Invited lecture, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, April 2016

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Learning about tax evasion and tax avoidance through collaboration with tax authorities

Keynote lecture, ZEW Public Finance 2015 Conference.

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Expert witness at public hearing about taxation in the Danish Parliament

October 2014

Link to television broadcast    Slides

 

 

 

 

 

International Public Debate

 

Article about my joint work with Daniel Reck and Peer Skov about employment effects of minimum wages by Alex Tabarrok at the MarginalRevolution

June 2017 Read

 

Born with a silver spoon?

Vox news

November 2016 Read

 

Bequests and wealth inequality: Evidence from Denmark

Vox news

March 2016 Read

 

Stimulus Policy: Why Not Let People Spend Their Own Money?

Guest post together with David Dreyer Lassen and Søren Leth-Petersen at http://blog.supplysideliberal.com/tagged/shortrunfiscal

 

What makes tax payers comply? Lessons from a tax audit experiment in Denmark

European Economy Papers 463. European Commission

October 2012. Read

 

Evidence from a Tax Audit Experiment in Denmark

An article appearing in The NBER Digest. Summarizing my NBER Working Paper no. w15769 (with Henrik Kleven, Martin Knudsen, Søren Pedersen and Emmanuel Saez)

July 2010 Read

 

In-Work Benefits: A More Effective Way of Reducing Inequality than Traditional Redistribution Policies

Media Briefing of the Royal Economic Society, summarizing my article span with Herwig Immervoll, Henrik Jacobsen Kleven and Emmanuel Saez on "Welfare Reform in European Countries: A Micro-Simulation Analysis." Economic Journal 117, 2007, 1-44. Download Media Briefing

 

The Work Effects of Tax Cuts on Low-Income Single Mothers

An article appearing in i The NBER Digest summarizing my NBER Working Paper no. w10935 (with Nada Eissa and Henrik Kleven) on the effects of US tax reforms on single mothers.

July 2005

 


Danish Public Debate


   

Topskat, selvfinansieringsgrad og velfærd

Kommende artikel i Samfundsøkonome Download

 

Commissioned reports and articles from the Danish Economic Council 2010-2014

Available at the Danish Economic Council homepage

 

Hvorfor tale om en skattereform?

Kronik i Politiken, 2. februar 2009 Download

 

Økonomer tror alt kan måles i penge - ik'? (med Henrik Hansen)

Indlæg i Politen (særudgave), Maj 2005 Download

 

Misforstået solidaritet (med Henrik Jacobsen Kleven og David Dreyer Lassen)

Indlæg i Weekendavisenn, 18. marts 2005 Download

 

Velfærd på amerikansk? (med Henrik Jacobsen Kleven og David Dreyer Lassen)

Artikel i Weekendavisen, 18. februar 2005  Download

 

Hvem skal have skattelettelserne (med Henrik Jacobsen Kleven og Peter Birch Sørensen)

Kronik i Berlingske Tidende, 6. november 2002 Download

 

På vej mod Ny Økonomi?

Artikel i Samfundsøkonomen 2001 Download

 

Pay-per-view - Fremtiden TV? (med Søren Kyhl)

Kronik i Politiken, 8. august 2000  Download