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Advertising and newspaper differentiation : on the role of readers’ advertising taste
(Working paper2006:52, Working paper, 2006-12)
Newspapers have an incentive to moderate their profile in order to gain a larger readership and thus higher advertising revenue. We show that this incentive is weakened both if readers are ad-haters and if they are ad-lovers.
Newspapers and Advertising: The Effects of Ad-Valorem Taxation under Duopoly
(Discussion paper2007:5, Working paper, 2007-01)
Newspapers are two-sided platforms that sell their product both to readers and advertisers. Media firms in general, and newspapers in particular, are considered important providers of information, culture and language in ...
Newspapers and advertising : the effects of ad-valorem taxation under duopoly
(Discussion paper2006:38, Working paper, 2006-12)
Newspapers are two-sided platforms that sell their product both to readers and advertisers. Media firms in general, and newspapers in particular, are considered important providers of information, culture and language ...
Industrial agglomeration and capital taxation
(Discussion paper1998:7, Working paper, 1998-07)
Models with imperfect competition and intra-industry trade have become widely accepted as appropriate frameworks within which to analyze the impact of trade liberalization on industrial agglomeration. This paper makes ...
Competing for capital in a "lumpy" world
(Discussion paper1999:7, Working paper, 1999-04)
Tax responses in platform industries
(Discussion paper2009:10, Working paper, 2009-07)
Two-sided platform firms serve distinct customer groups that are connected through interdependent demand, and include major businesses such as the media industry, banking, and the software industry. A well known result ...
Do consumers buy less of a taxed good?
(Discussion paper2006:1, Working paper, 2006-01)
This paper shows that consumers may buy more of a taxed good if it is sold by a two-sided platform firm. Two-sided platform industries serve distinct customer groups that are connected through interdependent demand, and ...
Why corporate taxes may rise : the case of economic integration
(Discussion paper2003:5, Working paper, 2003-05)
Almost all the literature on tax competition in the presence of multinationals (MNCs) ignores the combined effect of profit shifting and economic integration (i.e., a reduction in trade costs) on equilibrium capital ...
Corporate tax systems, multinational enterprises, and economic integration
(Discussion paper2004:18, Working paper, 2004-07)
Multinational firms are known to shift profits and countries are known to compete over shifty profits. Two major principles for corporate taxation are Separate Accounting (SA) and Formula Apportionment (FA). These two ...
Trade and multinationals : the effect of economic integration on taxation and tax revenue
(Discussion paper2004:1, Working paper, 2003-12)
The rising importance of multinationals in the world economy has been accompanied by a rise in trade between affiliates of multinationals located in different countries, and by profits being shifted to low tax countries. ...