Elisa Casi

Assistant Professor Elisa Casi-Eberhard

E-mail
Elisa.Casi@nhh.no
Telephone
+47 55 95 93 22
Department
Business and Management Science
Centre
NoCeT
Office
C626
Expertise
Tax and Public Economics Tax Accounting Tax Information Disclosure International Tax Planning

Elisa Casi is an Assistant Professor (non-tenure-track) at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH). She received her PhD from the University of Mannheim in 2020 and she has been visiting scholar at the Questrom School of Business (Boston University) in 2019.

Her research focuses on the determinants and consequences of corporate disclosure and how tax policies affect individual and corporate tax compliance.

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Selected publications

Author(s) Title Publisher
Casi-Eberhard, Elisa; Chen, Xiao; Orlic, Mark Dinko; Spengel, Christoph One Directive, Several Transpositions: A Cross-Country Evaluation of the National Implementation of DAC6 World Tax Journal (WTJ) Volume 13 (1); page 63 - 81; 2021
Casi-Eberhard, Elisa; Spengel, Christoph; Stage, Barbara Cross-border tax evasion after the common reporting standard: Game over? Journal of Public Economics Volume 190; 2020
Casi-Eberhard, Elisa; Nenadic, Sara; Orlic, Mark Dinko; Spengel, Christoph A call to action: from evolution to revolution on the common reporting standard, British Tax Review, 2019, 2, 166-204 British Tax Review Volume 64 (2); page 166 - 204; 2019
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Research areas at the department

Main: Business Taxation

Dissemination

Casi, Elisa, Xiao Chen, Mark Orlic and Christoph Spengel: One Directive, Several Transpositions: A Cross-Country Evaluation of the National Implementation of DAC 6, World Tax Journal, 2021, 13(1), 63-81, Online 28.04.2021.

Casi, Elisa, Christoph Spengel and Barbara M. B. Stage: Cross-border tax evasion after the common reporting standard: game over? Journal of Public Economics, 2020, 190, 1-22, 104240, Online 10.08.2020.

Casi, Elisa, Sara Nenadic, Mark Orlic and Christoph Spengel: A call to action: from evolution to revolution on the common reporting standard, British Tax Review, 2019, 2, 166-204.