Henrik Kleven
Henrik Kleven
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TitleCited byYear
Unwilling or unable to cheat? Evidence from a tax audit experiment in Denmark
HJ Kleven, MB Knudsen, CT Kreiner, S Pedersen, E Saez
Econometrica 79 (3), 651-692, 2011
8602011
Using notches to uncover optimization frictions and structural elasticities: Theory and evidence from Pakistan
HJ Kleven, M Waseem
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 128 (2), 669-723, 2013
445*2013
Welfare reform in European countries: a microsimulation analysis
H Immervoll, HJ Kleven, CT Kreiner, E Saez
The Economic Journal 117 (516), 1-44, 2007
4332007
Taxation and international migration of superstars: Evidence from the European football market
HJ Kleven, C Landais, E Saez
American economic review 103 (5), 1892-1924, 2013
3012013
The marginal cost of public funds: Hours of work versus labor force participation
HJ Kleven, CT Kreiner
Journal of Public Economics 90 (10-11), 1955-1973, 2006
248*2006
The optimal income taxation of couples
HJ Kleven, CT Kreiner, E Saez
Econometrica 77 (2), 537-560, 2009
2382009
Children and gender inequality: Evidence from Denmark
H Kleven, C Landais, JE Søgaard
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 11 (4), 181-209, 2019
2272019
Why can modern governments tax so much? An agency model of firms as fiscal intermediaries
HJ Kleven, CT Kreiner, E Saez
Economica 83 (330), 219-246, 2016
2252016
Bunching
HJ Kleven
Annual Review of Economics 8, 435-464, 2016
2092016
Extrinsic and intrinsic motivations for tax compliance: Evidence from a field experiment in Germany
N Dwenger, H Kleven, I Rasul, J Rincke
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 8 (3), 203-32, 2016
1972016
Migration and wage effects of taxing top earners: Evidence from the foreigners’ tax scheme in Denmark
HJ Kleven, C Landais, E Saez, E Schultz
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 129 (1), 333-378, 2013
185*2013
Estimating taxable income responses using Danish tax reforms
HJ Kleven, EA Schultz
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 6 (4), 271-301, 2014
1842014
Evaluation of four tax reforms in the United States: Labor supply and welfare effects for single mothers
N Eissa, HJ Kleven, CT Kreiner
Journal of Public Economics 92 (3-4), 795-816, 2008
1812008
How can Scandinavians tax so much?
HJ Kleven
Journal of Economic Perspectives 28 (4), 77-98, 2014
1622014
Production versus revenue efficiency with limited tax capacity: theory and evidence from Pakistan
MC Best, A Brockmeyer, HJ Kleven, J Spinnewijn, M Waseem
Journal of political Economy 123 (6), 1311-1355, 2015
1582015
Housing market responses to transaction taxes: Evidence from notches and stimulus in the UK
MC Best, HJ Kleven
The Review of Economic Studies 85 (1), 157-193, 2017
1432017
Transfer program complexity and the take-up of social benefits
HJ Kleven, W Kopczuk
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 3 (1), 54-90, 2011
1342011
Optimal taxation with household production
HJ Kleven, WF Richter, PB Sørensen
Oxford Economic Papers 52 (3), 584-594, 2000
912000
Optimum taxation and the allocation of time
HJ Kleven
Journal of Public Economics 88 (3-4), 545-557, 2004
882004
Optimal tax and transfer programs for couples with extensive labor supply responses
H Immervoll, HJ Kleven, CT Kreiner, N Verdelin
Journal of Public Economics 95 (11-12), 1485-1500, 2011
592011
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