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DIW Weekly Report 43/44/45 / 2020

The Storm-Impervious Financial Sector: Offshore Services Likely Booked Abroad

The high international capital positions of offshore financial centers (OFCs) have led to increasing research in the area. However, many unanswered questions remain, as OFC activities are secretive by nature and data is sparse. It is, for example, not even clear whether the financial industry actually physically operates on OFCs or if it artificially books services from other countries. Using a new ...

2020| Jakob Miethe
DIW Wochenbericht 43 / 2020

Sturmfeste Finanzbranche: Offshore-Dienstleistungen wohl vornehmlich von außerhalb gebucht

Die hohen internationalen Kapitalpositionen in Offshore-Finanzzentren haben zu viel neuer Forschung in diesem Bereich geführt. Allerdings haben der verdeckte Charakter vieler Offshore-Aktivitäten und die mangelnde Datenverfügbarkeit zur Folge, dass viele Fragen nach wie vor unerforscht sind. So ist beispielsweise nicht einmal klar, ob die Finanzindustrie tatsächlich auf den Offshore-Finanzplätzen selbst ...

2020| Jakob Miethe
DIW Wochenbericht 43 / 2020

Die Regulierung von Offshore-Finanzdienstleistungen geht schwierige Umwege: Interview

2020| Jakob Miethe, Erich Wittenberg
Zeitungs- und Blogbeiträge

Höhere Steuern? Es geht auch... ohne

In: Die Welt (20.05.2020), S. 2 | Marcel Fratzscher
Externe referierte Aufsätze

Do Benefits from Dynamic Tariffing Rise? Welfare Effects of Real-Time Retail Pricing Under Carbon Taxation and Variable Renewable Electricity Supply

We analyze the gross welfare gains from real-time retail pricing in electricity markets where carbon taxation induces investment in variable renewable technologies. Applying a stylized numerical electricity market model, we find a U-shaped association between carbon taxation and gross welfare gains. The benefits of introducing real-time pricing can accordingly be relatively low at relatively high carbon ...

In: Environmental & Resource Economics 75 (2020), S. 183-213 | Christian Gambardella, Michael Pahle, Wolf-Peter Schill
Monographien

How Effective Are Bank Levies in Reducing Leverage Given the Debt Bias of Corporate Income Taxation?

To finance resolution funds, the regulatory toolkit has been expanded in many countries by bank levies. In addition, these levies are often designed to reduce incentives for banks to rely excessively on wholesale funding resulting in high leverage ratios. At the same time, corporate income taxation biases banks’ capital structure towards debt financing in light of the deductibility of interest on debt. ...

Vienna: SUERF, 2020, 6 S.
(SUERF Policy Briefs ; 21/2020)
| Franziska Bremus, Kirsten Schmidt, Lena Tonzer
DIW Weekly Report 41/42 / 2020

Reform Proposal for Marriage Taxation in Germany: De Facto Income Splitting with a Low Transferable Amount

Two traditional options for reforming Ehegattensplitting, the joint taxation of married couples with full income splitting, are de facto income splitting (Realsplitting) or individual taxation with a transferable personal allowance. However, these proposals do not significantly reduce the marginal tax burden on the secondary earner’s income and therefore only minimally encourage married women to participate ...

2020| Stefan Bach, Björn Fischer, Peter Haan, Katharina Wrohlich
DIW Weekly Report 35 / 2020

Bank Levies Can Make Bank Balance Sheets More Resilient, but High Corporate Tax Rates Dampen the Effect

Following the global financial crisis of 2008/2009, many European countries introduced bank levies to enable financial institutions to share in the costs of future banking crises via resolution and restructuring funds. Simultaneously, bank levies can set an incentive for banks to reduce their leverage, thereby achieving a more stable capital structure. Using information from banks’ balance sheets, ...

2020| Franziska Bremus, Lena Tonzer
Zeitungs- und Blogbeiträge

Sollte nicht jeder erben?

In: Die Zeit (24.07.2020), [Online-Artikel] | Marcel Fratzscher
DIW Wochenbericht 35 / 2020

Bankenabgaben können Bankbilanzen widerstandsfähiger machen – hohe Körperschaftsteuersätze schwächen Effekt aber ab

Viele europäische Länder haben nach der globalen Finanzkrise 2008/09 Abgaben von Banken eingeführt, um die Finanzinstitute über Abwicklungs- und Restrukturierungsfonds an den Kosten möglicher künftiger Bankenkrisen zu beteiligen. Gleichzeitig kann durch solche Abgaben für Banken ein Anreiz zu einem geringeren Verschuldungsgrad und damit einer stabileren Kapitalstruktur gesetzt werden. Der vorliegende ...

2020| Franziska Bremus, Lena Tonzer
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