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Multijurisdictional Economies: Trade and Tax/Amenity Competition

Dissemination of research resultsin seminars, conferences and workshops:

Do Countries Compete over Corporate Tax Rates? Presented at:
Universities of Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Keele, Newcastle, and Warwick, and at Inland Revenue and IMF.
Conferences at Institute for Fiscal Studies, London; Research Council of Norway (for academic and government economists) Oslo.

Corporate income tax: reforms and tax competition. Presented at:
Conferences: CEPR, Madrid, April 2002; Institute for Fiscal Studies, London, 2001.

Tax Competition Reconsidered, Presented at: The ESRC's "Understanding the Evolving Macro Economy" meeting of the fund-holders, University of Warwick, September 2001.The University of Birmingham Departmental Seminar, November 2001, The University of Manchester Departmental Macro-economics Seminar, March 2001, The Midwest Theory Meetings, Northwestern University, Chicago, May 2002, PET 02, Paris 1, July 2002 (the international conference of the Association of Public Economic Theory); Latin American Meetings of the Econometric Society, San Paulo, Brazil, 2002; Brazilian Workshop on Game Theory, San Paulo, Brazil, 2002; Center for Economic Studies, University of Munich September 2002.

Hotelling Tax Competition, Presented at: The ESF Presented at the European Science Foundation, "Local Public Goods, Politics and Multi-jurisdictional Economies and at Center for Economic Studies, University of Munich.