Martin O'Connell
Martin O'Connell
Deputy Research Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies
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Ownership of intellectual property and corporate taxation
R Griffith, H Miller, M O'Connell
Journal of Public Economics 112, 12-23, 2014
2572014
Food expenditure and nutritional quality over the Great Recession
R Griffith, M O’Connell, K Smith
Institute for Fiscal Studies 4 (10.1920), 2013
732013
The effects of banning advertising in junk food markets
P Dubois, R Griffith, M O’Connell
The Review of Economic Studies 85 (1), 396-436, 2018
642018
The use of scanner data for research into nutrition
R Griffith, M O'Connell
Fiscal Studies 30 (3‐4), 339-365, 2009
452009
The importance of product reformulation versus consumer choice in improving diet quality
R Griffith, M O'Connell, K Smith
Economica 84 (333), 34-53, 2017
412017
How well targeted are soda taxes?
P Dubois, R Griffith, M O'Connell
Proceedings. Annual Conference on Taxation and Minutes of the Annual Meeting …, 2017
262017
Public policy towards food consumption
R Griffith, M O'Connell
Fiscal Studies 31 (4), 481-507, 2010
252010
Sin taxes in differentiated product oligopoly: an application to the butter and margarine market
R Griffith, L Nesheim, M O'Connell
cemmap working paper, 2010
242010
Corporate taxes and intellectual property: simulating the effect of patent boxes
R Griffith, H Miller, M O'Connell
242010
Shopping around: how households adjusted food spending over the Great Recession
R Griffith, M O'Connell, K Smith
Economica 83 (330), 247-280, 2016
232016
Tax design in the alcohol market
R Griffith, M O’Connell, K Smith
Journal of public economics 172, 20-35, 2019
222019
Relative prices, consumer preferences, and the demand for food
R Griffith, M O’Connell, K Smith
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 31 (1), 116-130, 2015
202015
Corporate taxes and the location of intellectual property
R Griffith, H Miller, M O'Connell
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP8424, 2011
202011
Income effects and the welfare consequences of tax in differentiated product oligopoly
R Griffith, L Nesheim, M O'Connell
Quantitative Economics 9 (1), 305-341, 2018
192018
Price-based measures to reduce alcohol consumption
R Griffith, A Leicester, M O’Connell
IFS Briefing Note BN138. London: Institute for Fiscal Studies, March, 2013
142013
Design of optimal corrective taxes in the alcohol market
R Griffith, M O'Connell, K Smith
IFS Working Papers, 2017
132017
Corrective taxation and internalities from food consumption
R Griffith, M O’Connell, K Smith
CESifo Economic Studies 64 (1), 1-14, 2018
102018
A new year, a new you? Heterogeneity and self-control in food purchases
L Cherchye, B De Rock, R Griffith, M O'Connell, K Smith, F Vermeulen
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP12499, 2017
92017
Using taxation to reduce sugar consumption
R Griffith, M Lührmann, M O'Connell, K Smith
Institute for Fiscal Studies, 2016
92016
Inflation spike and falling product variety during the Great Lockdown
X Jaravel, M O'Connell
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP14880, 2020
82020
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