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John (Jay) Wilson

Professor
Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Address: 25C Marshall-Adams Hall
Tel: 517.432.3116
Fax: 517.432.1068
E-mail: wilsonjd@msu.edu

Curriculum Vitae


  • Local public economics
  • Tax and expenditure competition
  • International public finance
  • International trade
  • Optimal tax theory
  • Political economy
  • "Tax Competition with Heterogeneous Capital Mobility" (with Steve Mongrain), Journal of Public Economics, forthcoming.
  • "Tax Policy and the Missing Middle: Optimal Tax Remittance with Firm-Level Administrative Costs" (with Dhammika Dharmapala and Joel Slemrod), Journal of Public Economics 95, 1036-1047 (2011).
  • "Why do Most Countries Set High Tax Rates on Capital?" (with Nicolas Marceau and Steeve Mongrain), Journal of International Economics 80, 249-259 (2010).
  • "Tax Competition with Parasitic Tax Havens" (with Joel Slemrod), Journal of Public Economics 93, 1261-1270 (2009).
  • "Efficient Black Markets?" (with C. Davidson and L. Martin), Journal of Public Economics 91, 1575-1590 (2007).

 
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