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Two-tier tax systems and firms: evidence from Brazil - Dr Joana Naritomi

CBT Research seminar presented by Joana Naritomi Assistant Professor in International Development at the London School of Economics.

Joana Naritomi will present 'Two-tier tax systems and firms: evidence from Brazil' co-authored by François Gerard, Arthur Seibold & Bruno Zulian

Joana Naritomi is an Assistant Professor at the London School of Economics, International Development Department. She is a Research Affiliate in the CEPR Public Economics programme, an Institute for Fiscal Studies Research Associate, an IGC Research Affiliate, a CESifo Public Sector Economics Affiliate and a Lemann Fellow. She has a PhD from Harvard University and her main research interests are Public Economics and Development Economics.

The paper being presented uses novel administrative data on inter-firm trade linked to labour inputs from Sao Paulo, Brazil, to shed light on implications of such dual systems for firm growth, market competition and production decisions.

The seminar will be held in the Boardroom near the Dean's Suite at Saïd Business School. It will begin promptly at 11am. If you wish to attend then please inform Pauline Simpson by 10 June.