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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.
Multinationals, minority ownership and tax-efficient financing structures
(Discussion paper2008:19, Working paper, 2008-10)
We model how multinationals structure their borrowing and lending transactions and find that affiliates in high-tax countries have higher internal and overall debt ratios and lower rental rates of physical capital than ...
Profit-shifting in two-sided markets
(Discussion paper2009:1, Working paper, 2009-04)
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 ...
The comparison between ad valorem and specific taxation under two-part tariffs
(Discussion paper2009:5, Working paper, 2009-06)
In this paper, we compare ad valorem and specific taxation under heterogeneous demand when a monopolist offers a menu of two-part tariffs. An increase in either tax rate leads to a higher usage fee for all consumers, whereas ...
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 ...
Globalisation and the mix of wage and profit taxes
(Discussion paper2006:18, Working paper, 2006-02)
This paper analyses the development of the ratio of corporate taxes to wage taxes using a simple political economy model with internationally mobile and immobile firms. Among other results, our model predicts that countries ...
Centralized vs. de-centralized multinationals and taxes
(Discussion paper2005:11, Working paper, 2005-03)
The paper examines how country tax differences affect a multinational enterprise’s choice to centralize or de-centralize its decision structure. Within a simple model that emphasizes the multiple conflicting roles of ...
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 ...