Michael Keen is Deputy Director of the Fiscal Affairs Department of the International Monetary Fund, where he was previously head of the Tax Policy and Tax Coordination divisions. Before joining the Fund, he was Professor of Economics at the University of Essex and visiting Professor at Kyoto University. He has led technical assistance missions to nearly thirty countries on a wide range of issues in tax policy, and consulted for the World Bank, European Commission, and the private sector. He has served on the Board of the National Tax Association in the U.S., and on the editorial boards of American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, International Tax and Public Finance (of which he was joint founder), Journal of Public Economics, the Review of Economic Studies and many other journals. He is co-author of books on The Modern VAT, the Taxation of Petroleum and Minerals, and Changing Customs.
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- Fixing International Corporate Taxation—Not Just a Problem for Advanced Economies
- Meeting Rising Pressures to Address Income Inequality—A User’s Guide
- Once And For All—Why Capital Levies Are Not The Answer
- Death and Taxes May be Certain—But Taxes We Can Make Better
- Game-changers and whistle-blowers: taxing wealth
- Taxation des richesses : vers de nouvelles règles du jeu
- Peer Pressure: Tax competition and developing economies
- Tax treaties: Boost or bane for development?
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