A new research project:

CORPTAX aims to establish how much multinational corporations pay in taxes, to what extent these taxes are paid in tax havens, and which factors drive these patterns. The five-year-long project was launched in January 2021 and is funded by the Czech Science Foundation.

A preliminary draft: Did the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Reduce Profit Shifting by US Multinational Companies?, 2021, with Javier Garcia-Bernardo and Gabriel Zucman.

And a new working paper: Profit Shifting of Multinational Corporations Worldwide, 2021, IES Working Paper, with Javier Garcia-Bernardo. (Financial Times, Twitter.)

Recent academic journal publications:

Recent working papers:

Selected research in progress:

  • On the Effects of Financial Secrecy, with Tereza Palanská and Miroslav Palanský.
  • European Public Procurement and Tax Havens, with Miroslav Palanský and Jiří Skuhrovec (see also
  • Illicit Financial Flows and Trade Mispricing: Systematic Pricing Patterns in International Trade, with Alex Cobham and Jan Mareš.
  • Transparency just for show? Evaluating country-by-country reporting data in the extractive industries, with Saila Stausholm and Marek Šedivý.
  • The Most Important Tax Havens and the Role of Intermediaries, with Miroslav Palanský.

Book (February 2020):

All my research publications are listed in my CV.