Markus Zwick

Federal Statistical Office of Germany - Research Data Center

Gustav - Stresemann - Ring 11

Wiesbaden, 65189

Germany

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (8)

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Professions, Entrepreneurs, Employees and the New German Tax (Cut) Reform 2000 - A MICSIM Microsimulation Analysis of Distributional Impacts

FFB Discussion Paper No. 34
Number of pages: 107 Posted: 21 Feb 2009
Research Institute on ProfessionsResearch Institute on Professions, Research Institute on Professions / Leuphana University and Federal Statistical Office of Germany - Research Data Center
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microsimulation, German tax reform, Karlsruhe proposal, self-employed, professions, entrepreneurs, employees, distributional and redistributional policy impacts, inequality and decomposition of inequality

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Income and Distribution Analysis with the Taxpayer-Panel - New Prospects and First Results for Self-Employed, as Freelancers and Entrepeneurs, and Employees as Well as for High Incomes

FFB Discussion Paper No. 74
Number of pages: 32 Posted: 30 Jun 2009
Joachim Merz, Joachim Merz and Markus Zwick
Research Institute on ProfessionsResearch Institute on Professions and Federal Statistical Office of Germany - Research Data Center
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Personal Income Distribution, top income, panel analysis, taxpayer-panel, Income Tax Statistic, selfemployed, liberal professions (freelancer), entrepreneurs, employees

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Income Analysis with Tax Data - Microanalysis on High Incomes and Self-Employment, and Microsimulation with Alternatives in Income Tax, Business and Corporate Tax Policies

FFB-Diskussionspapier Nr. 65
Number of pages: 39 Posted: 28 Nov 2008 Last Revised: 12 May 2009
Joachim Merz, Joachim Merz and Markus Zwick
Research Institute on ProfessionsResearch Institute on Professions and Federal Statistical Office of Germany - Research Data Center
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income analysis, business tax, microsimulation, micro data

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Top Income: A Distribution Analysis for Liberal Professions, Entrepreneurs and Employees - A Microanalysis based on the German Income Tax Statistics

FFB Discussion Paper No. 40
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 21 May 2009
Joachim Merz, Joachim Merz and Markus Zwick
Research Institute on ProfessionsResearch Institute on Professions and Federal Statistical Office of Germany - Research Data Center
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Wealth, high income, incoime distribution of (liberal) professions, entrepreneurs and employees, decomposition of inequality, re-distribution, German Wage and Income Tax Statistic, tax microdata

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Effects of Alternative Tax Reform Models on the Income Distribution of Liberal Professions and Other Occupations

FFB-Diskussionspapier Nr. 64
Number of pages: 47 Posted: 28 Nov 2008 Last Revised: 12 May 2009
Research Institute on ProfessionsResearch Institute on Professions, Research Institute on Professions / Leuphana University and Federal Statistical Office of Germany - Research Data Center
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alternative tax reform models, income distribution, (liberal) professions, selfemployed

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De Facto Anonymised Microdata File on Income Tax Statistics 1998

FFB-Discussion Paper No. 58
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 03 Dec 2008
Research Institute on ProfessionsResearch Institute on Professions, affiliation not provided to SSRN and Federal Statistical Office of Germany - Research Data Center
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microdata, de facto anonymization, income tax statistic

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Improvement of Access to Data Sets from the Official Statistics

RatSWD_WP_ 118
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 27 Aug 2009
Government of the Federal Republic of Germany - Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Independent, affiliation not provided to SSRN and Federal Statistical Office of Germany - Research Data Center
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Distribution Effects of the German Fiscal Reform 2000/2005 Compared to the ,Karlsruher Concept - Effects on the Income Distribution of Self-Employed Persons (Liberal Professions, Entrepreneurs) and Employees

FFB Discussion Paper No. 35
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 21 May 2009
Joachim Merz, Joachim Merz and Markus Zwick
Research Institute on ProfessionsResearch Institute on Professions and Federal Statistical Office of Germany - Research Data Center
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Microsimulation, tax reform, distribution of income, redistribution, self-employed, liberal professions