• Economic Poverty in Finland 1971 - 2004 

      Riihelä, Marja; Sullström, Risto; Tuomala, Matti
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 51/2007 (2007)
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      We have examined trends in the economic poverty in Finland using two data sources, the IDS (Income Distribution Survey) and the CES (Consumption Expenditure Survey). We have drawn on the recent literature on poverty analysis ...
    • Effects of a Tax-Transfer Scheme on Migration 

      Laurila, Hannu
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 37/2004 (2004)
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      A general equilibrium elaboration of the classic model of inter-regional migration is used to examine the effects of a local tax-transfer scheme on migration. It is shown that a fair tax-transfer scheme, which does not ...
    • Effects of Fiscal Policy under Free Factor Migration 

      Laurila, Hannu
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 39/2007 (2007)
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      The effects of fiscal policy are examined in a neo-Keynesian macroeconomic model under perfect factor mobility. The key finding is that, even in the classical regime of the model, fiscal policy may have real effects: a ...
    • Efficiency of Local Policy Programmes under Free Migration 

      Laurila, Hannu
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 59/2007 (2007)
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      A Neo-Keynesian macroeconomic model is constructed to examine the efficiency of a local tax-transfer programme under free migration. An application of the Adaptive Expectations Hypothesis is used todescribe people’s ...
    • Efficient Corruption? Testing the hypothesis in African countries 

      Keita, Kouramoudou; Laurila, Hannu
      Tampere Economic Working Papers : 99/2016 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2016)
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    • Entrepreneur's Choice of Tax Base: Earned or Capital Income 

      Ylä-Liedenpohja, Jouko
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 12/2002 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2002)
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      The determination of the entrepreneur’s tax burden in the dual income tax system is studied. The dual system taxes income from capital at a flat rate, but earned income at progressive rates. The media view claims the ...
    • Evaluation of development co-operation to strengthen trade unions in Zambia – a methodological approach and results from a baseline study 

      Kangasniemi, Mari; Pirttilä, Jukka
      Tampere Economic Working Papers : 107/2016 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2016)
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      This study analyses a baseline dataset collected for an evaluation of a co-operation project that assists trade unions in Zambia to boost their activities. The data were collected from 51 establishments to study attitudes ...
    • Fiscal consequences of greater openness: from tax avoidance and tax arbitrage to revenue growth 

      Ylä-Liedenpohja, Jouko
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 64/2008 (2008)
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      Revenue from corporation tax and taxes on capital income, net of revenue loss from deductibility of interest, as a percentage of the GDP has tripled in Finland over the past two decades. This is argued to result from greater ...
    • General Equilibrium Elaboration of the Classical Model of Migration 

      Laurila, Hannu
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 36/2004 (2004)
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      The classic type of analysis of inter-regional migration is derived from the traditional trade doctrine, expressed in terms of labour markets. The approach is here given a general equilibrium elaboration by including ...
    • Governance and Corruption - sand or grease in the wheels? 

      Keita, Kouramoudou; Laurila, Hannu
      Tampere Economic Working Papers : 98/2016 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2016)
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    • Groupings and the Gains from Tagging 

      Kanbur, Ravi; Tuomala, Matti
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 93/2014 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2014)
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      The large literature on “tagging” shows that group specific tax and transfer schedules improve welfare over the case where the government is restricted to a single schedule over the whole population. The central assumption, ...
    • Growth Maximizing Corruption? 

      Keita, Kouramoudou; Laurila, Hannu
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 105/2016 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2016)
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    • Home-ownership and the Labour Market: Evidence from Rental Housing Market Deregulation 

      Laamanen, Jani-Petri
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 89/2013 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2013)
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      Perhaps the most common finding relating housing to the labour market is that high home-ownership rates are associated with higher unemployment. In contrast, recent micro-evidence suggests that homeowners have relatively ...
    • Housing Policy and Redistribution 

      Tenhunen, Sanna; Tuomala, Matti
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 54/2007 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2007)
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      The potential redistributive role of the housing subsidies has got a relatively little attention in the literature. However, non-linear housing subsidy schemes are commonly used by many countries. We consider the question ...
    • Hämeen etanoli- ja biokaasutehtaan yhteiskuntataloudellisen kannattavuuden arviointi 

      Mäkelä, Juho; Laurila, Hannu; Nikula, Harri
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 53/2007 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2007)
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      Tämän tutkimuksen tavoitteena on arvioida Hämeen etanoli- ja biokaasutehtaan yhteiskuntataloudellista kannattavuutta. Tutkimus on kustannus-hyötyanalyysi, jossa tehdashankkeen taloudelliset vaikutukset lasketaan ...
    • Implications for Aggregate Inflation of Sectoral Asymmetries : Generalizing Woodford 

      Koskinen, Hannu; Vilmunen, Jouko
      Tampere Economic Working Papers : 116/2017 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2017)
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      This paper develops and simulates a simple two sector DSGE model for studying aggregate inflation and output dynamics under sectoral adjustment asymmetries. The CES aggregate consumption bundle consists of two ...
    • Incentives, Inequality and the Allocation of Aid When Conditionality Doesn\'t Work: An Optimal Nonlinear Taxation Approach 

      Kanbur, Ravi; Tuomala, Matti
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 4/2001 (2001)
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      This paper analyses the impact of aid, and its optimal allocation, when conditionality is ineffective. It is assumed that the recipient government will implement its own preferences no matter what. In this set up, aid can ...
    • Inherent Inequality and the Extent of Redistribution in OECD Countries 

      Tanninen, Hannu; Tuomala, Matti
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 7/2001 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2001)
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      The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship between the inherent inequality and the extent of redistribution by utilising the Luxembourg Income Study (LIS) database. This database provides both market and ...
    • INTER-CITY MIGRATION AND POLICY 

      Laurila, Hannu
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 82/2010 (2010)
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      The seminal Buchanan-Ng club model is used to analyze optimal allocation ofpopulation between non-homogenous cities. Because of externalities (marginal welfareeffects), migration cannot alone ensure efficiency and policy ...
    • Inter-Regional Factor Allocation in the Neo-Keynesian Macroeconomic Model 

      Laurila, Hannu
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 56/2007 (2007)
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      The standard neoclassical Two-Sector Model of inter-regional factor allocation says that apositive demand shock in one region starts immigration of both labour and capital, but that theadjustment of market prices eventually ...