Julian Limberg
Julian Limberg
Associate Professor in Public Policy, Department of Political Economy, King's College London
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The economic consequences of major tax cuts for the rich
D Hope, J Limberg
Socio-Economic Review, 2022
What’s fair? Preferences for tax progressivity in the wake of the financial crisis
J Limberg
Journal of Public Policy 40 (2), 171-193, 2020
The rise of modern taxation: A new comprehensive dataset of tax introductions worldwide
L Seelkopf, M Bubek, E Eihmanis, J Ganderson, J Limberg, Y Mnaili, ...
The Review of International Organizations 16 (1), 183 – 263, 2021
The more the better? Rule growth and policy impact from a macro perspective
J Limberg, Y Steinebach, L Bayerlein, C Knill
European Journal of Political Research 60 (2), 438-454, 2021
‘Tax the rich’? The financial crisis, fiscal fairness, and progressive income taxation
J Limberg
European Political Science Review 11 (3), 319-336, 2019
The historical origins of wealth taxation
J Limberg, L Seelkopf
Journal of European Public Policy 29 (5), 670-688, 2022
The Knowledge Economy and Taxes on the Rich
D Hope, J Limberg
Journal of European Public Policy, 2021
Implementing market mechanisms in the Paris era: the importance of bureaucratic capacity building for international climate policy
Y Steinebach, J Limberg
Journal of European Public Policy 29 (7), 1153-1168, 2022
Banking crises and the modern tax state
J Limberg
Socio-Economic Review 20 (1), 29-54, 2022
Condemned to complexity? Growing state activity and complex policy systems
J Limberg, C Knill, Y Steinebach
Governance 36 (2), 575-608, 2023
Building a Tax State in the 21st Century: Fiscal Pressure, Political Regimes, and Consumption Taxation
J Limberg
World Development, 2022
The rise of general consumption taxes
J Ganderson, J Limberg
Global Taxation. How Modern Taxes Conquered the World, 200-223, 2021
Why do (some) ordinary Americans support tax cuts for the rich? Evidence from a randomized survey experiment
D Hope, J Limberg, N Weber
European Journal of Political Economy, 102349, 2022
Taxation and inequality
J Limberg
Handbook on the Politics of Taxation, 178-191, 2021
Of banks and budgets: how financial crises shaped the modern tax state
J Limberg
European University Institute, 2019
Unequal Treatment, Fairness Beliefs and Support for Carbon Taxation
D Hope, J Limberg, Y Steinebach
OSF, 2024
The ICT revolution and preferences for taxing top earners
D Hope, J Limberg, N Weber
Journal of European Public Policy, 1-28, 2024
The climate crisis, policy distraction and support for fuel taxation
P Genschel, J Limberg, L Seelkopf
European Journal of Political Research, 2024
Revenue, Redistribution, and the Rise and Fall of Inheritance Taxation
P Genschel, J Limberg, L Seelkopf
Comparative Political Studies, 00104140231194065, 2023
Technological change, task complexity, and preferences for redistribution
D Hope, J Limberg, N Weber
ifo Working Paper, 2023
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