Ben Lockwood mainly focuses on Monetary economics, Tax competition, Indirect tax, Tax reform and Value-added tax. His Monetary economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Revenue and Macroeconomics. His Tax competition study combines topics in areas such as Competition, Effective marginal tax rate, State, International economics and Excise.
Ben Lockwood combines Indirect tax and Horizontal and vertical in his studies. His work in the fields of Tax reform, such as Ad valorem tax and Marginal cost of public funds, intersects with other areas such as Per capita income. His Ad valorem tax research includes themes of Microeconomics, Tax rate, Tax credit and State income tax.
Ben Lockwood mainly investigates Microeconomics, Incentive, Monetary economics, Indirect tax and Decentralization. His Incentive study also includes
The various areas that Ben Lockwood examines in his Indirect tax study include Excise, Value-added tax and International economics. His studies in Value-added tax integrate themes in fields like Double taxation, Ad valorem tax, Revenue, Tax credit and State income tax. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Economies of scale, Public economics, Welfare and Public good.
His primary areas of study are Microeconomics, Incentive, Monetary economics, Competition and Welfare. In his study, Labour economics and Outcome is strongly linked to Status quo, which falls under the umbrella field of Microeconomics. His work deals with themes such as Cash flow, Subsidy, Capital expenditure, Tax competition and Consumption, which intersect with Monetary economics.
His Tax competition research incorporates themes from Effective marginal tax rate, Multinational corporation, Transfer pricing, Order and Tax rate. In his research, Public economics is intimately related to Moral hazard, which falls under the overarching field of Investment. The study incorporates disciplines such as Indirect tax and Value-added tax in addition to International economics.
His primary scientific interests are in Microeconomics, Investment, Incentive, Budget constraint and Moral hazard. His Microeconomics investigation overlaps with Disapproval voting, Cardinal voting systems, Voting, Turnout and Bullet voting. His Investment research incorporates elements of Multinational corporation, Value, Effective marginal tax rate and Ex-ante.
The concepts of his Incentive study are interwoven with issues in Distribution, Externality and Optimal tax. Ben Lockwood interconnects Bailout and Inefficiency in the investigation of issues within Budget constraint.
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Do countries compete over corporate tax rates
Michael P. Devereux;Ben Lockwood;Michela Redoano.
Journal of Public Economics (2008)
Distributive Politics and the Costs of Centralization
The Review of Economic Studies (2002)
The value added tax: Its causes and consequences
Michael Keen;Ben Lockwood.
Journal of Development Economics (2010)
Decentralization and the productive efficiency of government: Evidence from Swiss cantons
Iwan Barankay;Ben Lockwood.
Journal of Public Economics (2007)
Wage setting and the tax system theory and evidence for the United Kingdom
Ben Lockwood;Alan Manning.
Journal of Public Economics (1993)
Information Externalities in the Labour Market and the Duration of Unemployment
The Review of Economic Studies (1991)
Horizontal and Vertical Indirect Tax Competition: Theory and Some Evidence from the USA
Michael Devereux;Michael Devereux;Ben Lockwood;Ben Lockwood;Michela Redoano.
Journal of Public Economics (2007)
Does Asset Ownership Always Motivate Managers? Outside Options and the Property Rights Theory of the Firm
David de Meza;Ben Lockwood.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (1998)
Journal of Public Economics (1999)
Carbon-motivated border tax adjustments: old wine in green bottles?
Ben Lockwood;John Whalley.
The World Economy (2010)
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