dr. (Kevin) KFJ Spiritus

dr. (Kevin) KFJ Spiritus
Assistant professor Erasmus School of Economics Economics
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
E1-17
Email
spiritus@ese.eur.nl
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Kevin Spiritus is assistant professor of Public Economics at the Erasmus School of Economics. His research focuses on optimal tax and benefit policies. Please visit his personal website for more information:  http://www.kevinspiritus.eu

  • KFJ (Kevin) Spiritus (29 July 2021) - Interview: Herteken de belastingen. Dat is eerlijker, democratischer en beter voor de economie
  • Kevin Spiritus (26 November 2020) - 500 miljoen extra Vlaams geld voor de zorg, maar wie gaat dat betalen?

  • Kevin Spiritus (2019) - Optimal Taxation of Capital income – Insights From Economic Theory
  • Kevin Spiritus (2019) - Optimal Taxation of Capital income – Insights From Economic Theory
  • Kevin Spiritus (2018) - Optimal Taxation of Capital income – Insights From Economic Theory
  • Kevin Spiritus (2016) - Panama Papers: About the Cost of Tax Evasion
  • Kevin Spiritus (2016) - The Optimal Taxation of Household Savings: The Rate of Return Allowance
  • Kevin Spiritus (2013) - Intergenerational Inequality in Welfare: Facts and Values
  • Kevin Spiritus (2012) - Assessing VAT-Reforms by Means of Microsimulation Models
  • Kevin Spiritus (2012) - FLEMOSI: Implementing a New Country
  • Kevin Spiritus (2012) - FLEMOSI: Integrating VAT-Policies

KU Leuven

Start date approval
May 2022
End date approval
May 2025
Place
LEUVEN
Description
research fellow (vrijw.med.)

Tax Policy

Year Level
master, master
Year
2022
Course Code
FEM11040

Microeconomics

Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 1, pre-master, pre-master, bachelor 1
Year
2022
Course Code
FEB11001

Seminar Economic Policy

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2022
Course Code
FEM11128

Microeconomics (econometrie)

Level
bachelor 1
Year Level
bachelor 1
Year
2022
Course Code
FEB21020

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