BA in Economics, First Class, University of Sussex
PhD in Economics University of Warwick
Professor of Economics, University of Warwick
Oct 1981-September 1983 Research Officer, Department of Applied Economics, Cambridge University
Oct 1983 - Jan 1992 Lecturer, Department of Economics, Birkbeck College, University of London
Jan 1992-Dec 1997 Professor of Economics, University of Exeter
1988-95 Member, Editorial Board, Review of Economic Studies.
1998-2000 Member, Editorial Board, Economic Journal
1999-2000 Member, Editorial Board, Economic Policy
1998- Member, Editorial Board, International Tax and Public Finance
2000-2012 Member, Editorial Board, FinanzArchiv
2000- Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Macroeconomics
2004- 2010 Member, Editorial board, Journal of Public Economics
2009- Associate Editor, Economic Journal
"The Taxation of Foreign-Source Income: A Unified View", (with Michael P. Devereux and Clemens Fuest), forthcoming, Journal of Public Economics
"Intergovernmental Grants as Signals and the Alignment Effect: Theory and Evidence", (with Emanuele Bracco, Francesco Porcelli, and Michela Redoano), published online 10 December 2014, Journal of Public Economics May 2015
"Incentive Schemes for Local Government: Theory and Evidence from Comprehensive Performance Assessment in England", (with Francesco Porcelli), American Economic Journal: Policy 2013, 5, 254-86
"The Causes and Consequences of the VAT Revolution: An Empirical Investigation" (with Michael Keen) Journal of Development Economics 2010, 92, 138-151
"Did the Single Market Cause Competition in Excise Taxes? Evidence from EU Countries" (with Giuseppe Migali) , Economic Journal, 2009, 119, 406-429
"Bailouts In Federations: Is A Hard Budget Constraint Always Best?," (with Martin Besfamille) International Economic Review 2008, 49, 577-593
Do Countries Compete over Corporate Taxes?" (with Michael P. Devereux and Michela Redoano), Journal of Public Economics 2008, 92, 1210-1235
"The Productive Efficiency of Government: Evidence from Swiss Cantons", (with Iwan Barankay), Journal of Public Economics 2007, 91, 1197-1218
"Horizontal vs. Vertical Tax Competition: Theory and Some Evidence for the USA" (with Michael P. Devereux and Michela Redoano), Journal of Public Economics 2007, 91, 451-479
"Is the VAT a Money Machine?" (with Michael Keen), The National Tax Journal 2006, 59, 905-28
"Tax Incidence, Majority Voting and Capital Market Integration", (with Miltados Makris), Journal of Public Economics 2006, 90, 1007-1025
"Competition in Unit vs. Ad Valorem Taxes", International Tax and Public Finance 2004, 11, 763-772
"Imperfect Competition, Public Goods Supply, and the Marginal Cost of Public Funds", Journal of Public Economics 2003 87, 1719-46
"Distributive Politics and the Benefits of Decentralisation", Review of Economic Studies 2002, 69, 313-37
"Tax Competition and Coordination Under Origin and Destination principles: A Synthesis", Journal of Public Economics 2001, 81, 279-319
"Can Commodity Tax Harmonisation be Pareto-Improving when Governments Supply Public Goods?" Journal of International Economics 1997, 43, 387-408
"When are Origin and Destination Regimes Equivalent?", International Tax and Public Finance 1994, 1, 5-24.
Tax Competition under Destination and Origin Principles", Journal of Public Economics 1993, 52, 141-162.
"Wage Setting and the Tax System: Theory and Evidence for the UK", Journal of Public Economics 1993, 52, 1-29 (with Alan Manning).