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Norwegian Center for Taxation

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Awarded: NOK 17.5 mill.

There has been significant activity at the Norwegian Centre of Taxation (NoCeT) during the period from December 1, 2022, to November 30, 2022. During this period, we have published 20 scholarly journal articles in peer-reviewed journals and one article in a non-peer-reviewed journal, as well as three book chapters. The center has authored 13 opinion pieces and presented scholarly works 74 times at various academic conferences. Additionally, we have produced 17 discussion papers.

The Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) in Bergen is the host institution of the Norwegian Center for Taxation (NoCeT). NHH has a strong commitment to public economics due to the importance of educating candidates for both the public and the private sector, who understand how taxation affects behaviour, markets, decision-making and public policy. NoCeT cooperates with the Norwegian Tax Administration (NTA) and the Centre for Applied Research at NHH (SNF). NoCeT will conduct research in three areas of public economics: 1. Capital taxation and the open economy 2. Law and economics 3. Behavioral economics and compliance The specific research projects are detailed in the project description. In terms of teaching NoCeT will supply: 1. Eight masters courses with public economics content 2. Three bachelor courses with public economics content 3. One PhD course in public economics every year. The latter will be in cooperation with the tax centre OFS in Oslo (and possible Nordic partners). NoCeT will also provide incentives to masters students to write their theses on issues in public economics by providing grants of NOK 10,000 for each student that selects a public economics topic and receives a C or better on their master thesis. NoCeT will continue its dissemination of research results to the general public through seminars, workshops, feature articles in newspapers, as well as appearances on TV and radio in major news channels.

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