March 04, 2016
March 05, 2016
CORE, room b-135
Jean HINDRIKS and Pierre PESTIEAU together with a group of academics in Osaka University (Japan) have decided to launch an annual meeting in public finance between Japan and Belgium.
The purpose is twofold:
- Build a bridge between economists at UCLouvain and Osaka University (Graduate School of Economics) to exchange academics and doctoral students.
- Promote collaboration between belgian and japanese economists, notably in the area of public economics in which CORE has a long standing reputation.
- Nobuo Akai (Osaka University): The Role of Matching Grants as a Commitment Device in the Federation Model with a Repeated Soft Budget Setting (with Motohiro Sato)
- Marie-Laure Breuillé (INRA, CESAER, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, AgroSup Dijon): Optimal Territorial Design and Decentralization (with Jean-Marc Bourgeon)
- Kazuki Onji (Osaka University): A Nation Without a Corporate Income Tax: Evidence from Nineteenth Century Japan (with John P. Tang)
- Mathieu Parenti (Université libre de Bruxelles and CEPR): Knocking on Tax Haven’s Door: Multinational Firms and Transfer Pricing (with Ronald Davies, Julien Martin and Farid Toubal)
- Noriaki Matsushima (Osaka University): Exclusive Contracts with Complementary Inputs (with Hiroshi Kitamura and Misako Sato)
- Skerdilajda Zanaj (University of Luxembourg): Commodity Taxation and Regulatory Competition (with Simone Moriconi and Pierre M. Picard)
- Yutaro Hatta (Osaka University): Inefficiency in Fiscal Policy: A Political Economy of the Laffer Curve
- Susana Peralta (Nova School of Business and Economics): I Like the Way You Move: Tax Competition in Portuguese Municipal Corporate Income Tax (with Marta C. Lopes)
- Yukihiro Nishimura (Osaka University): Follow You, Follow Me in Tax and Investment Competition Models (with Jean Hindriks)
- Grégoire Rota-Graziosi (International Monetary Fund): The Supermodularity of the Tax Competition Game
- Wim Eynatten (Deloitte): Topical International Tax Matters
CORE (room b-135)
Voie du Roman Pays 34, L1.03.01