After completing his PhD, Maximilian Todtenhaupt became an assistant professor at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) and has been in close cooperation with ZEW ever since. “We congratulate Maximilian Todtenhaupt on his appointment and wish him a successful start in Hannover! Receiving this position only three years after completing his PhD is a great example of how ZEW successfully supports young researchers. Such careers are also the result of the close cooperation within the Leibniz ScienceCampus MannheimTaxation. We are looking forward to future research projects with him as a ZEW Research Associate,” says Professor Friedrich Heinemann, head of the ZEW Research Department “Corporate Taxation and Public Finance”.
Maximilian Todtenhaupt’s work focuses on the analysis of tax incentives for business activity as well as on international tax competition for mobile capital and the effect of taxation on corporate innovation and growth. He also studies the effect of capital income taxation on investment around the world.