2005 - Distinguished Fellow of the American Economic Association
1977 - John Bates Clark Medal, the American Economic Association
Elected Fellow of the European Economic Association
His primary areas of study are Monetary economics, Social security, Labour economics, Public economics and State income tax. His research in Monetary economics intersects with topics in Capital, Capital accumulation and Stock market. His Social security study incorporates themes from Pension, Government, Government spending, Actuarial science and Sample.
Martin Feldstein has included themes like State, Deadweight loss, Incentive, Double taxation and Unemployment in his Labour economics study. His State income tax research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Income tax, Indirect tax and Value-added tax. In his study, Lump-sum tax is strongly linked to Ad valorem tax, which falls under the umbrella field of Indirect tax.
His primary areas of study are Monetary economics, Social security, Labour economics, Public economics and Inflation. His work carried out in the field of Monetary economics brings together such families of science as Capital, Investment and Liberian dollar. His Social security research integrates issues from Actuarial science, Pension, Rate of return and Capital accumulation.
Martin Feldstein combines subjects such as Value-added tax, Tax reform, Indirect tax, State income tax and Unemployment with his study of Labour economics. Ad valorem tax is closely connected to Direct tax in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Indirect tax. His study with Inflation involves better knowledge in Macroeconomics.
Martin Feldstein mostly deals with Monetary economics, International economics, Liberian dollar, Revenue and Economic policy. His Monetary economics research incorporates themes from Tax reform, Indirect tax, Value-added tax and Investment. His Tax reform research incorporates elements of Tax rate and Labour economics.
The International economics study combines topics in areas such as International trade, Bureaucracy, Economic problem and Unemployment. In his research, Consumption, Current account and Value is intimately related to Balance of trade, which falls under the overarching field of Liberian dollar. The study incorporates disciplines such as Developing country, Public economics and Fiscal incentives in addition to Revenue.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Monetary economics, Inflation, Stimulus, Revenue and International economics. His Monetary economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Debt-to-GDP ratio, Labour economics and Social security. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Balance of trade and Liberian dollar.
In Social security, Martin Feldstein works on issues like Administration, which are connected to Medicaid. His work deals with themes such as Productivity, European integration and Measures of national income and output, which intersect with Inflation. He has researched Revenue in several fields, including Labor income, Estimation, Public economics and Macroeconomics.
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Domestic savings and international capital flows
Martin Feldstein;Charles Horioka.
Domestic Saving and International Capital Flows
Martin Feldstein;Charles Horioka.
The Economic Journal (1980)
Social Security, Induced Retirement, and Aggregate Capital Accumulation
Journal of Political Economy (1974)
The Effect of Marginal Tax Rates on Taxable Income: A Panel Study of the 1986 Tax Reform Act
Journal of Political Economy (1995)
TAX AVOIDANCE AND THE DEADWEIGHT LOSS OF THE INCOME TAX
The Review of Economics and Statistics (1999)
The Welfare Loss of Excess Health Insurance
Martin S. Feldstein.
Journal of Political Economy (1973)
Temporary Layoffs in the Theory of Unemployment
Journal of Political Economy (1976)
National Saving and International Investment
Martin Feldstein;Philippe Bacchetta.
National Bureau of Economic Research (1991)
On the theory of tax reform
Journal of Public Economics (1976)
Government deficits and aggregate demand
Martin Feldstein;Martin Feldstein.
Journal of Monetary Economics (1982)
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