• A Note on the Mundell-Fleming Model: Policy Implications on Factor Migration 

      Laurila, Hannu
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 57/2007 (2007)
      workingPaper
      The policy implications of the seminal Mundell-Fleming model are reviewed in the classicallong-term regime of the full Neo-Keynesian macroeconomic model. It is shown that, besides thetemporary capital flows described by ...
    • A Note on the Two-Sector Model of Regional Factor Allocation 

      Laurila, Hannu
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 38/2006 (2006)
      workingPaper
      The standard neoclassical Two-Sector Model of inter-regional factor allocation says that a positive demand shock in one region starts immigration of both labour and capital into the region, but that the market adjustment ...
    • Access Price Regulation, Investment and Entry in Telecommunications 

      Kotakorpi, Kaisa
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 35/2004 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2004)
      workingPaper
      We consider a model with a vertically integrated monopolist network provider who faces rival operators in the retail market. We examine the network operator’s incentives to invest in a technology that increases demand. We ...
    • ASYMMETRIC ATTITUDE TOWARDS EMIGRATION AND IMMIGRATION National Interest in Income Tax Policy 

      Hämäläinen, Sinikka
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 26/2003 (2003)
      workingPaper
      Western countries have disapproved of emigration restrictions more than of immigration restrictions. The paper uses a variant of the model of optimal income taxation under migration to seek a rationale for the prevalent ...
    • Changes or levels? Reassessment of the relationship between top-end inequality and growth 

      Tuominen, Elina
      Tampere Economic Working Papers : 109/2016 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2016)
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      This study explores the association between top-end inequality and subsequent economic growth. The motivation stems from the results of Banerjee and Duflo (2003), who study nonlinearities in the inequality–growth ...
    • CHARITABLE CONSERVATISM, POVERTY RADICALISM AND GOOD OLD FASHIONED INEQUALITY AVERSION 

      Kanbur, Ravi; Tuomala, Matti
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 76/2010 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2010)
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      In his Presidential Address to the European Economic Association, Tony Atkinson introduced the idea of a "Charitable Conservatism" position in public policy, which "exhibits degree of concern for the poor, but this is the ...
    • Content, Advertising, and Circulation in an Optimizing Model of the Media Firm 

      Ahtiala, Pekka
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 25/2003 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2003)
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      The paper determines the effects of different influencing variables on the media company’s optimal subscription and advertising prices and editorial content. The company maximizes profit consisting of subscription and ...
    • Cost of Capital for Cross-Border Investment: The Role of Marginal and Intra-marginal Profits 

      Kari, Seppo; Ylä-Liedenpohja, Jouko
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 34/2004 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2004)
      workingPaper
      We model an investment in a foreign subsidiary, the outside finance to which is injected by its parent company from abroad. Sinn’s (1993) initial “underinvestment” problem due to taxes on repatriated dividends is argued ...
    • Do Business Cycles Trigger Corruption? 

      Keita, Kouramoudou; Laurila, Hannu
      Tampere Economic Working Papers : 102/2016 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2016)
      workingPaper
    • Does High Involvement Management Improve Worker Wellbeing? 

      Böckerman, Petri; Bryson, Alex; Ilmakunnas, Pekka
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 86/2012 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2012)
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      Employees exposed to high involvement management (HIM) practices have higher subjective wellbeing, fewer accidents but more short absence spells than "like" employees not exposed to HIM. These results are robust to extensive ...
    • Does High Involvement Management Lead to Higher Pay? 

      Böckerman, Petri; Bryson, Alex; Ilmakunnas, Pekka
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 85/2012 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2012)
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      Using nationally representative survey data for Finnish employees linked to register data on their wages and work histories we find wage effects of high involvement management (HIM) practices are generally positive and ...
    • DOES PHYSICAL CAPACITY EXPLAIN THE HEIGHT PREMIUM? 

      Böckerman, Petri; Johansson, Edvard; Kiiskinen, Urpo; Heliövaara, Markku
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 74/2010 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2010)
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      The paper examines the role of physical capacity in the determination of the height premium by using the "Health 2000 in Finland" data that contain both self-reported information on the physical strenuousness of work, ...
    • Does Worker Turnover Improve Productivity Growth? 

      Ilmakunnas, Pekka; Maliranta, Mika; Vainiomäki, Jari
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 20/2003 (2003)
      workingPaper
    • EBRF 2011 : conference proceedings 

      Seppä, Marko; Hakanen, Mila; Mäkinen, Katri; Johtamiskorkeakoulu ; University of Tampere
      Proceedings of EBRF (Tampereen Yliopisto, 2011)
      book
    • Economic Poverty in Finland 1971 - 2004 

      Riihelä, Marja; Sullström, Risto; Tuomala, Matti
      Tampere Economic Working Papers Net Series : 51/2007 (2007)
      workingPaper
      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)
      workingPaper
    • 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 ...