Conference

Third Taxation Theory Conference

May 26–27, 2016

Manufacture des Tabacs, Toulouse, France

Room MS 001

Call for papers

The third conference on Taxation Theory will be held at Toulouse School of Economics on May 26 and 27 2016.
The program will consist of two keynote addresses and ten contributed papers.

The conference organizers are Felix Bierbrauer (University of Cologne), Craig Brett (Mount Allisson University), Helmuth Cremer (Toulouse School of Economics) and Jean-Marie Lozachmeur (Toulouse School of Economics).

 

Submissions

The organizers invite submissions of papers that deal with taxation theory. Papers may be either normative or positive (e.g., political economy). Empirical papers will be considered provided that the empirical analysis makes essential use of theoretical model. Preference will be given to completed manuscripts, but extended abstracts (approx. two pages) will also be considered.

Submissions open on November 20, 2015 and close on January 15, 2016.

The program will be announced by early February. Volunteers for discussants are also welcomed. Please send in your submissions to: ttconference.toulouse2016@tse-fr.eu

Conference dinner

May 26th, 2016 - “Le Genty Magre” in Toulouse

Registration

Closed

Contact

Christel Gilabert

ttconference.toulouse2016@tse-fr.eu

Tél. +33 (0) 5 61 12 85 54

 

Reference

Third Taxation Theory Conference, Manufacture des Tabacs, Toulouse, France, May 26–27, 2016, room MS 001.

List of communications

Emmanuel Farhi (Harvard University), Bequest taxation and r - g, Third Taxation Theory Conference, Manufacture des Tabacs, Toulouse, France, May 26–27, 2016, room MS 001.

Nicolas Pavoni (Bocconi University), Efficient child care subsidies, Third Taxation Theory Conference, Manufacture des Tabacs, Toulouse, France, May 26–27, 2016, room MS 001.

Eckhard Janeba (University of Mannheim), Fiscal competition and public debt, Third Taxation Theory Conference, Manufacture des Tabacs, Toulouse, France, May 26–27, 2016, room MS 001.

Kerstin Roeder (Ludwig Maximilians Universität), Household bargaining, spouses' consumption patterns and the design of commodity taxes, Third Taxation Theory Conference, Manufacture des Tabacs, Toulouse, France, May 26–27, 2016, room MS 001.

Laurent Simula (Grenoble-Alpes University), Income shifting along the intensive vs. the extensive margin: implications for optimal tax design, Third Taxation Theory Conference, Manufacture des Tabacs, Toulouse, France, May 26–27, 2016, room MS 001.