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, Thomas A., Guttorm Schjelderup and Dirk Schindler, "Immobilizing Corporate Income Shifting: Should it be Safe to Strip in the Harbor?" Journal of Public Economics 152 (August 2017)
"Allowing firms to choose between separate accounting and formula apportionment taxation," Journal of Public Economics 138: 32-42 (2016)
“The Effects of Statistically Dependent Values on Equilibrium Strategies of K-Double Auctions,” Games and Economic Behavior 72, 1 (2011)
"Efficient Delegation by an Informed Principal" (with Eric Bond, E. W), Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 20, 3: 887-924 (2011)
"Formula apportionment vs. separate accounting: A private information perspective," European Economic Review 54, 1: 133-149 (2010)
"Introduction to the special section on multinational taxation and tax competition," (with Juergen von Hagen), European Economic Review 54, 1: 80-81 (2010)
"Transfer Pricing in Vertically Integrated Industries" (with Petter Osmundsen), International Tax and Public Finance 15, 3 (2008)
“Tax Competition and Foreign Capital,” (with Ronald Davies), International Tax and Public Finance 10, 2: 127-145 (March 2003)
“Rationing Rules and European Central Bank Auctions,” Journal of International Money and Finance 20, 7 (2001)
"The Taxing Task of Taxing Transnationals,"Journal of Economic Literature 39, 3: 800-838 (2001). Reprinted in Petroleum Industry Regulation within Stable States, Solveig Glomsrod and Petter Osmundsen eds. (Ashgate Press, 2005). Translated into Japanese by Professor Shoji Yamada of Nanzan University and published in The Nanzan Journal of Economic Studies, 20 (June 2005).
“The Strategic Effects of Batch Processing” (with Edward C. Mansley), International Economic Review 42, 3 (2001)
“Competition Between Asymmetrically Informed Principals” (with Eric W. Bond), Economic Theory 10, 2 (1997)
"Assessing the normative differences between formula apportionment and separate accounting," in W. Schön and K. Konrad, eds., Fundamentals of International Transfer Pricing in Law and Economics, pp. 257-265 (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2012)