Advisory Board I (2012-2017)

Advisory Board I (2012-2017)

The international advisory board of NoCeT is formed by five distinguished researchers who provide expert knowledge in various fields of public finance and welfare economics. The members are:

Bas Jacobs

Bas Jacobs is Professor of economics and public finance at Erasmus University Rotterdam since 2007 and is an academic partner at of the CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis. His research crosses the borders of public finance, macroeconomics, and labor economics, and he is a leading expert in (optimal) taxation of human capital.

Henrik Jacobsen Kleven

Henrik Jacobsen Kleven was professor at the London School of Economics from 2007 to 2017 before he moved on to the University of Princeton. He started his career as a professor at the University of Copenhagen. He is an internationally acknowledged expert in optimal taxation, welfare policies and labor economics.

Kai A. Konrad

In 2011, Kai A. Konrad became managing director at the Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance in Munich and chairman of the Council of Scientific Advisors to the German Ministry of Finance. Before that he was director at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB) and held a professorship in economics and public finance at the Freie Universität Berlin. He is a leading expert in various fields within public finance, welfare economics and contest theory.
(Photo by David Ausserhofer)

Hugo P. Matre

In 2011, Hugo P. Matre became partner at the law firm Schjødt and is, among other things, a deputy member of the Appeals Board of Oslo Stock Exchange. Before that, he was an associate professor in law at the University of Bergen and vice chairman at the Bergen City Court. He specializes in issues of taxation and capital markets, and has expert knowledge (both from an academic and a practitioner’s perspective) in the fields of tax law, corporate law, security and stock exchange law.

Peter Birch Sørensen

Peter Birch Sørensen is Professor of economics at the University of Copenhagen and among other things, was chairman of the Danish Economic Council and assistant governor and chief economist of the Danish Central Bank. He is a leading expert for capital and corporate income taxation as well as for tax reforms and is one of the “fathers” of the Nordic (dual) income tax system.