I am an assistant professor (non-tenure-track) at LMU Munich (currently on leave) and the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH). I hold a Ph.D. from the University of Mannheim.
My work focuses on the empirical analysis of tax incentives for business activity as well as on international tax competition for mobile capital and the effect of taxation on corporate innovation and growth. I am part of the Norwegian Centre for Taxation (NoCeT) for research in the field of taxation.
|Todtenhaupt, Maximilian; Voget, Johannes||International taxation and productivity effects of M&As||Journal of International Economics Volume 131 (0 pages); 2021|
|Todtenhaupt, Maximilian; Voget, Johannes; Feld, Lars P.; Ruf, Martin; Schreiber, Ulrich||Taxing away M&A: Capital gains taxation and acquisition activity||European Economic Review Volume 128; 2020|
|Edwards, Alexander; Todtenhaupt, Maximilian||Capital gains taxation and funding for start-ups||Journal of Financial Economics Volume 138 (2); page 549 - 571; 2020|
|Janeba, Eckhard; Todtenhaupt, Maximilian||Fiscal competition and public debt||Journal of Public Economics Volume 168; page 47 - 61; 2018|
Taxation and Policy Analysis