Edgar L. Feige
|Edgar L. Feige|
19 September 1937 |
|Institution||University of Wisconsin–Madison|
|Alma mater||University of Chicago
Edgar L. Feige (born 19 September 1937) is an emeritus professor of economics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. A graduate of Columbia University (BA. 1958) and the University of Chicago (Ph.D, 1963) he has taught at Yale University ; The University of Essex; Erasmus University and held the Cleveringa Chair at the University of Leiden in 1981-82. He has published widely on such topics as underground and shadow economies; tax evasion; transition economics; financial transaction taxes the Automated Payment Transaction tax (APT tax); and monetary theory and policy. He has consulted with various US and international government agencies.
- The Demand for Liquid Assets, Prentice Hall, 1963;
- The Underground Economies: Tax Evasion and Information Distortion, Cambridge University Press, 1989
- Underground Economies in Transition: Unrecorded Activity, Tax Evasion, Corruption and Organized Crime, Ashgate, 1999.
- Taxation for the 21st century: the automated payment transaction (APT) tax.
- Reflections on the Meaning and Measurement of Unobserved Economies: What do we really know about the Shadow Economy?
- Edgar L. Feige at the Leiden University "faculty since 1575" site.
- "The Underground Recovery". The New Yorker Retrieved February 18, 2016
- https://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-98024779.html"Prof's Proposal Highlights Unfairness of the Tax Code" Wisconsin State Journal Retrieved February 23, 2016
- "Edgar L Feige". IDEAS. Retrieved March 1, 2013.
- "Edgar Feige". Academia.edu. Retrieved March 1, 2013.
- "An Interview with Edgar Feige" Gail Fosler group Retrieved February 18, 2016
- "Dreaming Out Loud-One Tiny Little Tax". New York Times Retrieved February 18, 2016
- "Edgar L. Feige" WorldCat Retrieved February 18, 2016
- "Edgar L. Feige" JSTOR Retrieved February 18, 2016
- "Edgar L. Feige" Scholar Retrieved February 18, 2016
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