Working Papers in Public Finance Series ISSN 2350-2754
The Chair in Public Finance, Victoria University of Wellington, in collaboration with researchers in New Zealand and overseas, has published Working Papers in Public Finance which are also available on RePEc (Research Papers in Economics).
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Gemmell, N., Kneller, R., McGowan, D., Sanz, I. and Sanz-Sanz, J. F. ‘Corporate Taxation and Productivity Catch-Up: Evidence from European Firms’.
Creedy, J., Gemmell, N. and Teng, J. ‘The Elasticity of Taxable Income: Allowing for Endogeneity and Income Effects’.
Gemmell, N., Gill, D. and Nguyen, L. ‘The Changing Size of the State in New Zealand, 1900-2015’.
Creedy, J. and Gemmell, N. ‘Types of Income Mobility: Insights from TIM Curves’.
Creedy, J., Gemmell, N. and Scobie, G. ‘Pensions, Savings and Housing: A Life-Cycle Framework with Policy Simulations’
Creedy, J., and Gemmell, N. ‘Taxation and the User Cost of Capital: An Introduction’
White, D. ‘Personal Capital Gains or Rate of Return Taxation? A Survey of Theory in Reform Proposals’
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Ball, C. and Creedy, J. ‘Inequality in New Zealand 1983/84 to 2013/14’
Buckle, R.A. and Creedy, J. ‘Fifty Years of New Zealand Economic Papers: 1966-2015’
Creedy, J. and Scobie, G. ‘Debt Projections and Fiscal Sustainability with Feedback Effects’.
Creedy, J. and Mok, P. ‘Labour Supply in New Zealand and the 2010 Tax and Transfer Changes’
Ball, C., Creedy, J. and Scobie, G. ‘Long-run Fiscal Projections under Uncertainty: The Case of New Zealand’
Misch, F., Gemmell, N. and Kneller, R., ‘Complementarity in Models of Public Finance and Endogenous Growth’
Creedy, J. and Gemmell, N., ‘Measuring Revenue-Maximising Elasticities of Taxable Income: Evidence for the US Income Tax’
Misch, F., Gemmell, N. and Kneller, R., ‘Using Surveys of Business Perceptions as a Guide to Growth-Enhancing Fiscal Reforms’
Alm, J., Hodge, T. R., Sands, G. and Skidmore, M., ‘Property Tax Delinquency – Social Contract in Crisis: The Case of Detroit’
Skidmore, M., ‘Housing Affordability:Lessons from the United States’
Falvey, F., Gemmell, N., Chang, C., and Zheng, G., ‘Explaining International Differences in the Prices of Tradables and Non-Tradables (with a New Zealand Perspective)’
Marriott, L., and Sim, D.,’Indicators of Inequality for Māori and Pacific People’
*This article has been published in The Journal of New Zealand Studies, 20, pp. 24-50.
Gemmell, N., Kneller, R., and Sanz, I.,‘Does the Composition of Government Expenditure Matter to Long-run GDP Levels’
Arrazola, M., de Hevia, J. Romera, D. and Sanz-Sanz, J.F., ‘Personal Income Tax Reforms and the Elasticity of Reported Income to Marginal Tax Rates: An Empirical Analysis Applied to Spain’
Arrazola, M., de Hevia, J. Romera, D. and Sanz-Sanz, J.F.‘Determinants of the Spanish Housing Market over Three Decades and Three Booms: Long Run Supply and Demand Elasticities’
Gemmell, N., Kneller, R., McGowan, D., Sanz, I. and Sanz-Sanz, J. F., ‘Corporate Taxation and Productivity Catch-Up: Evidence from European Firms’
Gemmell, N., Kneller, R. and Sanz, I., ‘The Growth Effects of Tax Rates in the OECD’ *Listed on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for: ERN: Economic Growth (Econometrics) – 23/06/13
Creedy, J. and Gemmell, N., ‘Can Automatic Tax Increases Pay for the Public Spending Effects of Population Ageing in New Zealand?‘
Ball, C. and Creedy, J., ‘Population Ageing and the Growth of Income and Consumption of Tax Revenue’
Ball, C. and Creedy, J., ‘Tax Policy with Uncertain Future Costs: Some Simple Models’
Creedy, J. and Makale, K., ‘Social Expenditure in New Zealand: Stochastic Projections’
Aziz, O., Carroll, N. and Creedy, J., ‘An Analysis of Benefit Flows in New Zealand using a Social Accounting Framework’.
Aziz, O., Gemmell, N. and Laws, A., ‘The Distribution of Income and Fiscal Incidence by Age and Gender: Some Evidence from New Zealand’
Gemmell, N. and Hasseldine, J., “Taxpayers’ Behavioural Responses and Measures of Tax Compliance ‘Gaps’: A Critique”
Fabling, R., Gemmell, N., Kneller, R. and Sanderson, L., ‘Estimating Firm-Level Effective Tax Rates and the User Cost of Capital in New Zealand’
Bandyopadhyay, D., Barro. R., Couchman, J., Gemmell. N., Liao, G. and McAlister, F., ‘Average Marginal Income Tax Rates in New Zealand, 1907-2009’
Claus, I., Creedy, J., and Teng, J., ‘The Elasticity of Taxable Income in New Zealand’
Carey, S., Creedy, J., Gemmell, N. and Teng, J., ‘Regression Estimates of the Elasticity of Taxable Income and the Choice of Instrument’
Creedy, J. and Gemmell, N., ‘Revenue-Maximising Elasticities of Taxable Income in Multi-Rates Income Tax Structures’
Creedy, J. and Hérault, N., ‘Decomposing Inequality and Social Welfare Changes: The Use of Alternative Welfare Metrics’
Creedy, J. and Moslehi, S., ‘The Composition of Government Expenditure with Alternative Choice Mechanisms’
Creedy, J., Halvorsen, E. and Thoresen, T. O., ‘Inequality Comparisons in a Multi-Period Framework: The Role of Alternative Welfare Metrics’
Gemmell, N. and Hasseldine, J., ‘The Tax Gap: A Methodological Review’
Gemmell, N. and Au, J., ‘Government Size, Fiscal Policy and the Level and Growth of Output: A Review of Recent Evidence’
*This has now been published as ‘Do Smaller Governments Raise the Level or Growth of Output? A Review of Recent Evidence’, Review of Economics, vol 64, issue 2, 85-116 and ‘Government Size, Fiscal Policy and the Level and Growth of Output: A Review of Recent Evidence’, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 18, Apr, 203-209.