The article "Proft shifting and investment effects: The implications of zero-taxable profits" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Public Economics.
The article "Will destination-based taxes be fully exploited when available? An application to the U.S. commodity tax system" has been published in Journal of Public Economics.
The article "Fiscal competition and public debt" has been published in Journal of Public Economics.
The article "Double tax discrimination to attract FDI and fight profit shifting: The role of CFC rules" has been accepted for publication in Journal of International Economics.
The article "Revealed social preferences of Dutch political parties" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Public Economics.
NoCeT researchers Kristina Bott and Alexander W. Cappelen have, together with Erik Ø. Sørensen and Bertil Tungodden (both also at NHH), written an article in Harvard Business Review.
Research by NHH researchers Evelina Gavrilova and Floris Zoutman on the impact of the passage of medical marijuana laws in American states bordering Mexico, is featured in a recent article in The Economist.
The article "Flexibility in Income Shifting under Losses" has been accepted for publication in The Accounting Review.
NoCeT affiliate Tina Søreide won the 2017 best teacher prize for her master course “Corruption - Incentives, Disclosure and Liability”.
The article "Immobilizing Corporate Income Shifting: Should It Be Safe to Strip in the Harbor?" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Public Economics.
Dirk Schindler has been appointed Associate Editor of the Journal of Economics and Statistics.
The article "Transfer Pricing Regulation and Taxation of Royalty Payments" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Public Economic Theory.
The article "Is Legal Pot Crippling Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations? The Effect of Medical Marijuana Laws on US Crime" has been accepted for publication in The Economic Journal.
Research from NoCeT was used as basis for a debate about profit-shifting in Parliament on February 21.
This is the conclusion in a recent Master thesis from the Norwegian Centre for Taxation.
NoCeT research in the Guardian: Developing countries sent $2tn more to the rest of the world than they received.
Agnar Sandmo won the prize for best article in Samfunnsøkonomen 2016.
The article "Capital taxation and imperfect competition: ACE vs. CBIT" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Public Economics.
The article "Police Officer on the Frontline or a Soldier? The Effect of Police Militarization on Crime" has been accepted for publication in American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.
Floris Zoutman received the Best Paper Award of the Conference of the Italian Society for Public Economics.
Kristina Bott received the Best Paper Award of the Doctoral Meeting 2016 at the Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation.
In the wake of the Panama papers leak NoCeT has figured prominently in international media such as BBC, The Guardian and Foreign Affairs.
Associate Professor Dirk Schindler is appointed associate editor of the Nordic Tax Journal.
Guttorm Schjelderup has become member of the editorial advisory board at the Springer journal International Tax and Public Finance (ITAX).
Controlled foreign cooperation rules, thin-capitalization rules and transfer pricing rules are all effective in limiting profit shifting activities.
The returns to investments in companies charged with corruption and fined by the US Securities and Exchange Commission is no less than the returns to similar non-corrupt companies.
Evelina Gavrilova-Zoutman will present an analysis of the incidence of the Norwegian payroll tax at the 28th Annual Congress of the Italian Society of Public Economics.
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