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Multijurisdictional Economies: Trade and Tax/Amenity Competition

Papers

Abrego, Lissandro, Raymond Riezman and John Whalley (2001) "How reasonable are assumptions used in theoretical models: Computational evidence on the likelihood of trade pattern changes," Abstract.

Barton, Lloyd, (2002) "Government collusion in Janeba's model of multijurisdictional tax competition," Economics Bulletin, Vol. 8 no. 1, pp. 1-7. Abstract

Buenrostro, Lucia, Amrita Dhillon and Myrna Wooders (2002) "The British and French Fuel Tax Protests: A Game-theoretic Analysis" Presented at the Aix-Marseilles Summer School Coalitions, Groups and Networks, August 2002. Abstract

Devereux, Michael P., Ben Lockwood and Michela Redoano (2002) "Do Countries Compete over Corporate Tax Rates?" University of Warwick Department of Economics Discussion Paper No. 642 and CEPR Discussion Paper 3400. Abstract

Devereux, Michael P., Rachel Griffith and Alexander Klemm (2002) "Corporate income tax: reforms and tax competition", Economic Policy, 35, 451-495. Abstract

Devereux, Michael P., Ben Lockwood and Michela Redoano (2002) "Capital account liberalisation and corporate taxes," IMF Discussion paper, forthcoming. Abstract

Randle, Paul (2001) "Pay the poor, reduce crime? Tax competition, labour mobility and crime" University of Warwick Department of Economics MastersThesis. Abstract

Wooders, Myrna and Ben Zissimos (2002) "Hotelling Tax Competition," Presented at the European Science Foundation, "Local Public Goods, Politics and Multijurisdictional Economies", held at Paris 1, July 2002. Abstract

Wooders, Myrna, Ben Zissimos, and Amrita Dhillon (2001) "Tax Competition Reconsidered", University of Warwick Department of Economics Working Paper No. 622. Abstract

Zissimos, B. (2002) "Why Are Trade Agreements Regional? A Theory based on Non-cooperative Networks," Presented at the Midwest International Economics Meetings, held at The University of Notre Dame, October 2002. Abstract