23.11.2022 | News

Author: Sebastián Castillo

Tax policy design aims to vanish evasion incentives but can also affect agents’ occupational choices. Tax schemes, auditing, and the size of the IRS affect agents’ decisions, and the government must be aware of this. This article summarizes a study of the optimal tax policy design when evasion and occupational decision coexist.

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26.10.2022 | News

You are invited to participate in a FIT research project and answer a survey on consumption patterns.

The survey is a part of research project focused on studying consumption behavior and how it is affected by consumption taxes and other policies.

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Joel Slemrod

25.08.2022 | News

Author: Marjukka Hourunranta

Professor, author Joel Slemrod visits Tampere in connection of the launch of the Finnish Center of Excellence in Tax Systems Research. His honorary keynote “What We Know about Tax Systems, How We Know It, and What We Still Need to Know” is open for all interested parties.

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Sebastian Castillo

23.08.2022 | News

Author: Sebastián Castillo Ramos

Sebastián Castillo Ramos is a Chilean economist researching the evasion’s distortion in the labor market. He joined FIT team at University of Helsinki this summer.

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Ran Sun Lyng

19.08.2022 | News

Author: Ran Sun Lyng

Ran Sun Lyng joined FIT at Tampere University in August 2022. Currently she works on studies the role of taxation in the labor market for school principals and teachers.

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