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International Tax and Public Finance

International Tax and Public Finance

Editors-in-Chief: R. Chirinko; R.B. Davies; A. Haufler

ISSN: 0927-5940 (print version)
ISSN: 1573-6970 (electronic version)

Journal no. 10797


Robert Chirinko
Department of Finance, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Ronald B. Davies
School of Economics, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

Andreas Haufler
Department of Economics, University of Munich, Munich, Germany

Policy Watch Editors:

Ruud A. de Mooij, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Albert Solé Ollé, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

Associate Editors:

Alan Auerbach, University of California, Berkeley; Timothy Besley, London School of Economics; Robin Boadway, Queen's University; Lans Bovenberg, Tilburg University; Sam Bucovetsky, York University; Dhammika Dharmapala, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Roger Gordon, University of California, San Diego; Thomas A. Gresik, University of Notre Dame; Harry Grubert, U.S. Treasury DepartmentR. Glenn Hubbard, Columbia University; Harry Huizinga, Tilburg University; Toshihiro Ihori, University of Tokyo; Eckhard Janeba, University of Mannheim; Raghbendra Jha, The Australian National University; Michael Keen, IMF, and University of Essex; Ben Lockwood, University of Warwick; Jack Mintz, University of Toronto; Thomas Nechyba, Duke University; Søren Bo Nielsen, Copenhagen Business School; Assaf Razin, Tel Aviv University, and Stanford University; Federico Revelli, University of Turin; Harvey Rosen, Princeton University; Emmanuel Saez, University of California, Berkeley; Agnar Sandmo, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration; Kimberley Scharf, University of Warwick; Guttorm Schjelderup, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration; Joel Slemrod, University of Michigan; Michael Smart, University of Toronto; Peter Birch Sørensen, University of Copenhagen; Deborah Swenson, University of California, Davis; Alfons Weichenrieder, Goethe University; David E. Wildasin, University of Kentucky



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    Government finance is a vital aspect of public policy. With growing awareness of international and inter-regional dimensions, the analysis of public finance in open economies is fast becoming a leading area of economic research.

    International Tax and Public Finance serves as an outlet for, and seeks to stimulate, first-rate research on both theoretical and empirical aspects of tax policy, broadly interpreted to include expenditure and financial policies. Special emphasis is on open economy issues: the coordination of policies across jurisdictions, for instance, or the effects of taxation on capital and trade flows. This international focus is not, however, an exclusive one: high quality work in any area of tax policy - single-country tax reform analysis, for instance - is also welcome.

    A central feature of International Tax and Public Finance is the inclusion in each issue of a special section called the Policy Watch, discussing a current policy issue, or reviewing some recent tax developments. Facilitating communication between academic work and tax practice in this way serves many purposes - researchers need to know priorities, for example, and policy-makers need to absorb the products of research.

    International Tax and Public Finance is peer-reviewed. Reflecting the international focus, one editor is located in North America and the other in Europe. An active Editorial Board reinforces this diversity and, more important, plays a central role in establishing the journal as an essential resource for tax policy analysis.

    Officially cited as: Int Tax Public Finance

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