Thomas A. Gresik is a professor of economics at the University of Notre Dame. His research focuses on the taxation of multinational firms, foreign direct investment, industrial organization, and game theory.
He is an associate editor of International Tax and Public Finance and Group Decision and Negotiation, a fellow of the Center for Economic Studies at the University of Munich (CESifo), and an affiliate member and a member of the scientific advisory board of the Norwegian Center for Taxation.
Calendar Year 2023
Multinationals and tax competition; regulatory design; applied game theory; microeconomic theory
- Taxation of multinational firms
- Foreign direct investment
Gresik Analyzes OPEC’s Decrease in Production
Oct 6, 2022
After OPEC announced their decrease in the production of oil, Faculty Fellow Tom Gresik was interviewed about the impact the United States would face.
Republican Tax Reform Goes Through the Wringer
Nov 13, 2017
In an article in the National Catholic Reporter, Faculty Fellow Thomas Gresik (economics) says cutting the corporate tax rate should make US businesses more competitive in the global economy and attract more investment in the United States.