Tag Archives: Camille Landais

Market Externalities of Large Unemployment Insurance Extension Programs

From Rafael Lalive, Camille Landais, Josef Zweimuller: This paper offers quasi experimental evidence of the existence of spillover effects of UI extensions using a unique program that extended unemployment benefits drastically for a subset of workers in selected regions of Austria. We use … Continue reading

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Migration and wage effects of taxing top earners: Evidence from the foreigners’ tax scheme in Denmark

from Henrik Kleven, Camille Landais, Emmanuel Saez, Esben Schultz: Tax-induced international mobility of talent is a controversial public-policy issue, especially when tax rates differ substantially across countries and migration barriers are low as in the case of the EU. High top-tax … Continue reading

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Assessing the Welfare Effects of Unemployment Benefits

From Camille Landais:     I investigate in this paper partial equilibrium labor supply responses to unemployment insurance (UI) in the US. I use administrative data on the universe of unemployment spells in five states from the late 1970s to … Continue reading

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Taxation and International Mobility of Superstars

I posted yesterday and Neil Irwin posted today about tax evasion and incentives for millionaires, so I thought I’d highlight an interesting paper that will be coming out in AER by Kleven, Landais and Saez that uses tax incentives among soccer … Continue reading

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