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Sebastian Seitz

Year:
2016
Center:
Economics

Sebastian Seitz was born in Freiburg im Breisgau (Germany) in 1991. He received both his bachelor and master's degree in Economics from the University of Mannheim. During his studies he spent some time abroad on exchange stays in the USA and Japan. In his thesis, supervised by Prof. Eckart Janeba and Prof. Pierre Boyer, Sebastian studied theoretical models of tax induced migration in a political economics framework. Furthermore, he has gained some experience in research while working for Prof. Andreas Peichl at the ZEW as well as in teaching when working as a teaching assistant for Principles of Microeconomics.
Sebastian Seitz's research interests include Labor Economics, Income Taxation, Inequality, and Political Economics. 


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