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Kai A. Konrad Elected to Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities

Kai A. Konrad has been elected to membership of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and...

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Madeleine Simonek is our Guest

The Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance welcomes Professor Dr. Madeleine Simonek...

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Academic Prize for Dr. Christian Marquart

Dr. Christian Marquart’s doctoral thesis entitled “Interest Deductions and the Allocation of...

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NZZ-Podium in Berlin

"How will German politics change if the economy stumbles again?" Kai A. Konrad, Gesine Lötzsch,...

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Date: 04/15/2015 —07/15/2015 | Full-time

Europäisches Steuerrecht

Referent: Schön, Wolfgang

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Date: 06/25/2015 —06/26/2015 | 09:00:AM

Advances on the Political Economy of Conflict and Redistribution III

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Date: 07/14/2015 —07/15/2015 | 09:00:AM

XVI. Tax Day

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Date: 09/01/2015 —09/02/2015 | Full-time

XVII. Tax Day

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Date: 10/14/2015 | 06:15:PM

Der flächendeckende Mindestlohn in Deutschland

Referent: Marcel Thum

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Date: 11/24/2015 —11/25/2015 | Full-time

XVIII. Tax Day

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Caroline Heber and Christian Sternberg

Legal Interpretation of Tax Law: Germany

„Legal Interpretation of Tax Law“ is the first book to deal comparatively with tax law interpretation in economies engaged in cross-border investment at a global level. In chapter 6 Caroline Heber and Christian Sternberg elaborate how tax law is interpreted and applied in Germany.

Published: Heber, C. / Sternberg, C.: Chapter 6: Germany. In: van Brederode, Robert F., Krever / Rick (eds.): Legal Interpretation of Tax Law. Alphen aan den Rijn, Kluwer Law International, 2014, p. 163 - 189.

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Erik Hornung

Railroads and Growth in Prussia

Cities that gained railroad access in the early phase of railroad-network expansion in Prussia subsequently grew an additional 1.7 percentage points faster per year than their unconnected neighbours. This is the result of an empirical study by Erik Hornung.

Published: Railroads and growth in Prussia. Journal of the European Economic Association, forthcoming.

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