Daniel Reck
Daniel Reck
Assistant Professor of Economics, London School of Economics
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Does credit-card information reporting improve small-business tax compliance?
J Slemrod, B Collins, JL Hoopes, D Reck, M Sebastiani
Journal of Public Economics 149, 1-19, 2017
1312017
Taxpayer search for information: Implications for rational attention
JL Hoopes, DH Reck, J Slemrod
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 7 (3), 177-208, 2015
582015
Taxing hidden wealth: The consequences of US enforcement initiatives on evasive foreign accounts
N Johannesen, P Langetieg, D Reck, M Risch, J Slemrod
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
432018
Do lower minimum wages for young workers raise their employment? Evidence from a Danish discontinuity
CT Kreiner, D Reck, PE Skov
Review of Economics and Statistics 102 (2), 339-354, 2020
382020
Taxes and Mistakes: What's in a Sufficient Statistic?
D Reck
Available at SSRN 2268617, 2016
262016
Who sold during the crash of 2008-9? evidence from tax-return data on daily sales of stock
J Hoopes, P Langetieg, S Nagel, D Reck, J Slemrod, B Stuart
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
232016
Optimal defaults with normative ambiguity
J Goldin, D Reck
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 1-45, 2018
212018
Taxing hidden wealth: The consequences of us enforcement initiatives on evasive foreign accounts
N Johannesen, P Langetieg, D Reck, M Risch, J Slemrod
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 12 (3), 312-46, 2020
182020
Revealed-preference analysis with framing effects
J Goldin, D Reck
Journal of Political Economy 128 (7), 2759-2795, 2020
142020
Taxpayer search for information: Implications for rational attention
J Hoopes, D Reck, J Slemrod
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
122013
Preference identification under inconsistent choice
J Goldin, D Reck
Available at SSRN, 2015
92015
Tax Evasion at the Top of the Income Distribution: Theory and Evidence
J Guyton, P Langetieg, D Reck, M Risch, G Zucman
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
82021
Tax Evasion by the wealthy: Measurement and implications
J Guyton, P Langetieg, D Reck, M Risch, G Zucman
Measuring and Understanding the Distribution and Intra/Inter-Generational …, 2020
82020
Preference Identification Under Inconsistent Choice: A Reduced-Form Approach
J Goldin, D Reck
Unpublished Working Paper, 2014
72014
Taxing hidden wealth: The consequences of US enforcement initiatives on evasive foreign accounts
J Slemrod, N Johannesen, P Langetieg, D Reck, M Risch
Mimeo, 2017
62017
Who Sold During the Crash of 2008-9? Evidence from Tax-Return Data on Daily Sales of Stock
S Nagel, DH Reck, B Stuart, JB Slemrod
52016
Diminishing marginal utility revisited
MS Kimball, F Ohtake, D Reck, Y Tsutsui, F Zhang
Available at SSRN 2592935, 2015
52015
The analysis of survey data with framing effects
J Goldin, D Reck
The American Statistician, 2018
32018
Framing Effects in Survey Research: Consistency-Adjusted Estimators
J Goldin, D Reck
Unpublished, Stanford Law School, CA, US, 2015
32015
The Welfare Economics of Reference Dependence
D Reck, A Seibold
12021
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