Blogging has been very light while I am teaching a one-week graduate class before I start parental leave in the Fall. Here is a guest blog post from my friend Adam Rosenzweig.
Below is a guest post by Washington University Law Professor Adam Rosenzsweig on international tax law.
I get a large number of questions from people looking for high quality data on foreign direct investment. My quick answer is generally, “let me know if you find it.”
I blogged in the past about Argentina’s expropriation of Repsol.
I’ve been working on a series of projects that study 1) voter preferences for foreign direct investment and 2) the bribery activity of firms. These two topics are quite different, but one common li
Today's FT is filled with stories on pressure to crack down on tax havens and calls for reform of OECD corporate taxation. Why now?
There has been quite a bit of press about the US EU free trade negotiations. The major news is that the French government has been posturing
Chris Blattman’s post on the value of cash transfers in economic development got me thinking about the other ways in which cash transfers could be used
I originally started this blog while on parental leave with my now two-year old son (Walter). We have a one-week old baby boy (Stanley) and home and I will be on leave again in the fall.