I'm an Economics Ph.D. student at UC Berkeley focusing on public finance topics at the intersection of labor economics and macroeconomics. My current research focus is on the interaction of corporate taxation, firm location decisions, and the location and scale of economic activity. You can follow me on twitter @omzidar.
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- The ERP
- Retirement Security in an Aging Society
- Poverty and the Tax Code
- Weekend reading
- Use-it-or-Lose-it Budget Rules
- Isolated Capital Cities, Accountability and Corruption Evidence from US States
- From Natural Variation to Optimal Policy? The Importance of Endogenous Peer Group Formation
- “Cash on Hand” and Consumption: Evidence from Mortgage Refinancing
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- RT @mileskimball: If you are very, very careful to choose a model with only the essential elements for the problem, starting with math can … 2 days ago
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Tag Archives: American History
Here’s Ed Glaser on real estate speculation in American History: The great housing convulsion that buffeted America between 2000 and 2010 has historical precedents, from the frontier land boom of the 1790s to the skyscraper craze of the 1920s. But this … Continue reading
A historian recently recommended this book to me – it takes a pretty critical view of subsidies for infrastructure historically and sounds like a good book.
Michael Lind’s Land of Promise, which David Leonhardt reviewed here.