Speaker

Camille LANDAIS

Best Young Economist of France Award, 2016

Camille Landais is Associate Professor in Economics at the London School of Economics and Co-Editor of the Journal of Public Economics. He was awarded Prix du Meilleur jeune économiste by Le Cercle des Economistes & Le Monde.

Positions:

2015- Tenured Assistant Professor in Economics, London School of Economics

2012-2015 Assistant Professor in Economics, London School of Economics

2010-2012 Post-Doctoral Fellow, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research

Other appointments and affiliations:

2016 – Associate Editor Review of Economic Studies

2015 – Co-Editor Journal of Public Economics,

Associate Editor Fiscal Studies,

2015 – 2016 Economic Policy Editorial Panel Member

2014 – Research Affiliate/Fellow, Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR)

2012 – Research Fellow, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA)

2012 – Research Associate

Education:

2009-2010 – Visiting Student, University of California-Berkeley

2005-2009 -PhD in Economics, Paris School of Economics (PSE) Thesis committee: T. Piketty, A.B. Atkinson, B. Salanié

2000-2005 – Ecole Normale Supérieure (Ulm)

Honors & awards (among others):

  • Prix du Meilleur jeune économiste, Le Cercle des économistes & Le Monde
  • Excellence Award in Global Economic Affairs 2015 – Kiel Institute
  • Young Economist Award, International Institute of Public Finance
  • Special Award for Best PhD Dissertation in Economics, French Economic Association
  • Best Econ Blog (for Ecopublix), Challenges magazine

Papers & publications: 

  • Are Tax Incentives For Charitable Giving Efficient? Evidence from France, (with Gabrielle Fack) American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 2(2): 117-41, 2010. •
  • Taxation and International Mobility of Superstars: Evidence from the European Football Market, (with Henrik Kleven & Emmanuel Saez) American Economic Review, 103(5): 1892-1924, 2013. •
  • Migration and Wage Effects of Taxing Top Earners: Evidence from the Foreigners’ Tax Scheme in Denmark (with Henrik Kleven & Emmanuel Saez & Esben Schultz ) Quarterly Journal of Economics, 129 (1): 333-378, 2014

Books & chapters: 

  • Pour une assurance-chômage européenne ! Une proposition simple pour construire l’union fiscale, CEPREMAP/Presses de la Rue d’Ulm, [En preparation]
  • Charitable giving and tax policy : a historical and comparative perspective, (G. Fack & C. Landais eds), CEPR/Oxford University Press, forthcoming
  • Pour une révolution fiscale: Un impôt sur le revenu pour le XIXème siècle (with T. Piketty & Emmanuel Saez), Seuil, Janvier 2011

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