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Evening Lecture by Dr. Tanja Kirn: „Modelling labour supply responses – what are the underlying assumptions?”

Dezember 15 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

On Thursday, the 15th of December 2022, Dr. Tanja Kirn (Universität Liechtenstein, FRIBIS) gives an evening lecture on „Modelling labour supply responses – what are the underlying assumptions?“

Time:   06:15 – 07:45 p.m.

Place:  KG 1, HS 1015

Abstract: The discussion about the introduction of a UBI often focuses on its impact on labor market participation. Pilot studies have already analyzed labor market effects, but these are limited to temporary projects in which only a partial adjustment takes place. In order to at least simulate longer-term labor market incentives, there are various approaches in the scientific literature. In this presentation, the most important approaches are outlined, and their basic assumptions are presented. This raises the question of which approaches are best suited to model labor market decisions after the introduction of a UBI.

English: Tanja Kirn works in the field of public economics with a strong research focus on microsimulation, tax policy and fiscal federalism. Tanja Kirn has developed several microsimulation models which have become firmly established as vital tools for analysis of the revenue and distributional impact of current and proposed policies. Her current research interests include extending the scope and capabilities of microsimulation models. At FRIBIS she is part of the UBILi-Team and is the facilitator of the Junior Research Group.

Deutsch: Tanja Kirn ist Finanzwissenschaftlerin mit Forschungsschwerpunkten auf den Gebieten der Mikrosimulation, Steuerpolitik und des Föderalismus. Sie hat mehrere Mikrosimulationsmodelle entwickelt, mit Hilfe derer die Aufkommens- und Verteilungswirkungen der Steuer- und Sozialpolitik Liechtensteins quantifiziert werden können. Ihr Forschungsinteresse liegt in der Weiterentwicklung und im Ausbau der bestehenden Mikrosimulationsmodelle. Am FRIBIS ist sie Teil des UBILi-Team und leitet die Nachwuchsforschungsgruppe (JRG).

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Datum:
Dezember 15
Zeit:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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https://www.fribis.uni-freiburg.de/event/workshop-universal-basic-incomes-social-ecology-theory-and-evidence-revisited/

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