2009 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
Elected Fellow of the European Economic Association
Microeconomics, Double taxation, Income tax, Optimal tax and Public economics are his primary areas of study. His Microeconomics study combines topics in areas such as Indirect tax and Precautionary savings. His Double taxation study frequently involves adjacent topics like Tax reform.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Tax policy, Commodity and Marginal cost of public funds in addition to Optimal tax. His work on Tax amnesty and Gross income is typically connected to Evasion and Arrow as part of general Public economics study, connecting several disciplines of science. As part of the same scientific family, Agnar Sandmo usually focuses on Tax amnesty, concentrating on Portfolio and intersecting with Capital asset pricing model.
His primary areas of investigation include Microeconomics, Public economics, Public good, Neoclassical economics and Externality. His Microeconomics research incorporates themes from Tax reform, Indirect tax and Double taxation. His Public economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Public sector, Public finance and Incentive.
His study in Public good is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Consumption, Welfare economics and Redistribution. His Optimal tax study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Income tax and Marginal cost of public funds. His work blends Evasion and Taxpayer studies together.
Agnar Sandmo mainly investigates Neoclassical economics, Work, Main contention, Externality and Wage. His Neoclassical economics study frequently links to related topics such as State. Other disciplines of study, such as Social environment, Environmental economics, Natural resource and Field, are mixed together with his Work studies.
His study in Main contention intersects with areas of studies such as Norwegian and Labour supply. The concepts of his Wage study are interwoven with issues in Marginal product, Tax policy and Tax rate. His research brings together the fields of Labour economics and Tax rate.
Agnar Sandmo mostly deals with Microeconomics, Neoclassical economics, Labor theory of value, Schools of economic thought and Structure. His Microeconomics research incorporates themes from Ask price and Redistribution. His study on Neoclassical economics is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as State.
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Income tax evasion: a theoretical analysis
Michael G. Allingham;Michael G. Allingham;Agnar Sandmo;Agnar Sandmo.
Journal of Public Economics (1972)
On the theory of the competitive firm under price uncertainty
The American Economic Review (1971)
The Effect of Uncertainty on Saving Decisions
The Review of Economic Studies (1970)
Optimal Taxation in the Presence of Externalities
The Swedish Journal of Economics (1975)
The theory of tax evasion : a retrospective view
National Tax Journal (2005)
Economics of Insurance
Karl Henrik Borch;Knut Kristian Aase;Agnar Sandmo.
Welfare Implications of the Taxation of Savings
A. B. Atkinson;A. Sandmo.
The Economic Journal (1980)
Optimal taxation: An introduction to the literature
Journal of Public Economics (1976)
Income tax evasion, labour supply, and the equity—efficiency tradeoff
Journal of Public Economics (1981)
Redistribution and the marginal cost of public funds
Journal of Public Economics (1998)
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