Our Contributors

Areas of Expertise:
Income • Corporate and Consumer Taxation in the U.S. and Germany • Tax Competition in the Euro Zone • Redistribution • Fiscal Crises and Financialization

Dr. Inga Rademacher
Inga has finished her PhD thesis on the justifications for tax reductions for higher incomes in the U.S. and Germany in 2017 at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne (Germany). Her research is interested in explaining why governments radically transformed their tax systems during and after the 1980s, pinpointing the interaction of economic and moral justification in government reasoning. She currently teaches German and transnational politics as a DAAD Fellow at the European and International Studies Department at King's College London.
DAAD Fellow, European and International Studies Department, King's College London


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