Ian Koetsier MSc
i.koetsier@uu.nl
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Curriculum vitae

2012 - heden; Promovendus aan de Universiteit Utrecht

2011 - 2012; Junior Econoom bij Rabobank Nederland, Financieel Sector Onderzoek

 

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All publications
  2017 - Articles
Koetsier, I. (2017). Natural disasters and implicit government debt. The Public Sector, 43 (2), (pp. 27) (30 p.).
  2017 - Book parts / chapters
Koetsier, Ian (31.03.2017). Natural disasters and (future) government debt. In B. Unger, D. van der Linde & M. Getzner (Eds.), Public or Private Goods?: Redefining Res Publica (pp. 48-74) (27 p.). Edward Elgar Publishing.
Koetsier, Ian (31.03.2017). The advantages and disadvantages of different pension system designs. In B. Unger, D. van der Linde & M. Getzner (Eds.), Public or Private Goods?: Redefining Res Publica (pp. 77-94) (18 p.). Edward Elgar Publishing.
  2017 - Working paper
Koetsier, I. & Bikker, J.A. (2017). Herding behaviour of Dutch pension funds in sovereign bond investments. De Nederlandsche Bank.
  2017 - Discussion paper
Koetsier, I. (2017). The fiscal impact of natural disasters. UU USE Tjalling C. Koopmans Research Institute.
Koetsier, I. (2017). Types of natural disasters and their fiscal impact. UU USE Tjalling C. Koopmans Research Institute.
  2017 - Oral presentation
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker TU Wien Res Publica: Natural disasters and (future) government debt
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker The fiscal impact of natural disasters
  2016 - Oral presentation
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker Herd behavior in sovereign bonds by Dutch pension funds
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker Natural disasters and government debt: from implicit to explicit
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker Natural disasters and implicit government debt: Res Publica chapter
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker University of Washington The fiscal impact of natural disasters
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker The fiscal impact of natural disasters: from implicit to explicit
  2015 - Oral presentation
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker Asset-class herd behavior of Dutch pension funds
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliche Institut Financing the Res Publica: the role of implicit government debt 2
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker Herd behavior in sovereign bonds
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker Decline of BIRCs + Rise of Newly Emerging Economies: Challenges & Opportunities for Advanced Economies New York (08.05.2015) Intra- and inter-asset category herding behavior of Dutch pension funds
  2014 - Discussion paper
van der Linde, Daan, Falcke, Swantje, Koetsier, Ian & Unger, Brigitte (2014). Do Wages Affect Politicians' Performance? A regression discontinuity approach for Dutch municipalities. (21 p.). Utrecht: UU USE Tjalling C. Koopmans Research Institute.
  2014 - Oral presentation
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker Debt-growth dynamics and herding behavior by Dutch pension funds
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker ECPR Conference Glasgow (03.09.2014 - 06.09.2014) Do wages affect politician’s performance? A regression discontinuity approach for Dutch municipalities
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker Dutch pension funds and herd behavior in government securities
Koetsier, I. () Invited speaker Government financing constraints and public debt
  2013 - Book parts / chapters
Smolders, N., Koetsier, I. & de Vries, Y.B. (2013). Performance of European cooperative banks in the recent Financial and economic crisis. In J. Mooij & W.W. Boonstra (Eds.), Raiffeisen’s Footprint, the Cooperative Way of Banking (pp. 67-86) (20 p.). Amsterdam: VU University Press.
  2011 - Articles
Koetsier, I. & Unger, B. (2011). De grens van de Nederlandse staatschuld. Economisch Statistische Berichten, 96 (4602).
  2011 - Book parts / chapters
Unger, B. & Koetsier, I. (2011). De Grens van de Nederlandse Staatsschuld. Jaarboek 2011. Koninklijke Vereniging voor de Staathuishoudkunde Den Haag: SDU.
  0 - Prize (including medals and awards)
Koetsier, I., van der Linde, D.E. & Falcke, S. 2014 Recipient Duncan Black Award Description
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Project:
COFFERS - Combating Fiscal Fraud and Empowering Regulators
01.11.2016 to 01.11.2019
General project description 

Since 2008 'fiscal leaks' have become an immediate policy challenge for EU governments, partly as a result of tax abuse. The COFFERS project unfolds as EU tax authorities transition to a new era in tackling tax abuse based upon policy innovation at the OECD, EU and national levels. COFFERS recognizes this creates a state of flux where much tax authority expertise regarding past regulations, systems and practices is now irrelevant and understanding has, instead, to focus upon the on-going change process. Deploying principles of evolutionary political economy COFFERS both studies and is an integral part of this change process. COFFERS recognizes that identifying and tackling the tax gap to relieve inequality is the ultimate aim. Noting the tax gap exists both domestically and internationally and ranges from criminal money laundering to sophisticated tax avoidance, COFFERS benchmarks current understanding of these issues, undertakes comparative analysis of approaches taken to tackle them across EU Member States, and assesses resources being allocated to the task of closing the tax gap. In parallel expert networks in business, the tax profession, secrecy jurisdictions and the criminal economy that develop the mechanisms undermining the expected effectiveness of tax systems will be appraised, especially with regard to responses to regulatory changes taking place. This results in COFFERS outputs that transmit analysis, risk assessment and policy advice. Deliverables of use to EU tax authorities include new tax gap analyses by state, tax risk maps identifying risk by jurisdiction, a new anatomy of money laundering risk, and tools to help tax authorities understand the risks that they face domestically and internationally. COFFERS delivers value for money in enhancing tax yield, effectiveness in creating the tools to achieve that goal, and behavioural change in taxpayers and their advisers as a result of recommendations made, all with the aim of reducing inequality.


Project website: http://coffers.eu/

Role Researcher Funding
EU grant: Horizon2020 project
Project members UU
External project members:
  • Prof. dr. Richard Murphy (City University London)
  • Prof. dr. Ronen Palan (City University London)
  • Prof. Anastasia Nesvetailova (City University London)
  • Prof. dr. Leonard Seabrooke (Copenhagen Business School)
  • dr. Duncan Wigan (Copenhagen Business School)
  • Dr. Brooke Harrington (Copenhagen Business School)
  • Markus Meinzer (Tax Justice Network)
  • Dr. Sheila Killian (University of Limerick)
  • Prof. dr. Thomas Rixen (University of Bamberg)
  • Dr. Petr Janský (Charles University in Prague)
  • Prof. Yuval Millo (University of Leicester)
  • Dr. Nikiforos Panourgias (University of Leicester)
  • Dr. Leyla Ates (Istanbul Kemerburgaz University)

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