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Zeuthen Lectures

The Zeuthen Lectures offer a forum for leading scholars to develop and synthesize novel results in theoretical and applied economics. This series presents advances in knowledge in a form accessible to a wide audience of economists and advanced students of economics. Topics range from abstract theorizing to economic history. Regardless of the topic, the emphasis of the series is on originality and relevance. The Zeuthen Lectures are organized by the Institute of Economics, University of Copenhagen and are named for the late Frederik Zeuthen.

An approach to taxation that goes beyond an emphasis on tax rates to consider such aspects as administration, compliance, and remittance.

A New Keynesian Perspective

A new approach for introducing unemployment into the New Keynesian framework.

An examination of the methods to measure the product variety of imports and the gains from trade due to product variety.

Reconciling Theory and Evidence
Why Are Similar Workers Paid Differently?
Explaining Economic Policy