Tilburg University and CEPR
Harry Huizinga is Professor of International Economics in the Department of Economics at Tilburg University. His main fields of research are public economics and banking, with articles appearing in the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics and the Journal of Monetary Economics. At Tilburg, he is active in the European Banking Centre. Previously, he held the position of Economic Advisor in the Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission in the period 2000-2003. Harry Huizinga has on several occasions been a visiting scholar to the IMF and a consultant to the World Bank.
Articles by Harry Huizinga:
Thin capitalisation rules and corporate leverage
29 March 2014, 5942 reads
Corporate governance and bank capitalisation
10 November 2013, 8474 reads
How to limit the ECB’s OMT?
12 July 2013, 8985 reads
The urgent need to recapitalise Europe’s banks
5 June 2013, 17565 reads
Capital gains taxation and the cost of capital
31 October 2012, 11486 reads
Is lending by state banks more stable over the business cycle?
2 August 2012, 9648 reads
The EFSF: Unfinished business
30 November 2011, 8482 reads
The EFSF: expensive, inefficient and limited - but maybe a blessing in disguise!
18 November 2011, 6050 reads
Taxing banks – here we go again!
25 October 2011, 5769 reads
Why banks are under-taxed and what to do about it
11 July 2011, 9284 reads
Do we need big banks?
18 March 2011, 14002 reads
US overinvestment in housing: Was the bankruptcy code to blame?
25 January 2011, 11034 reads
Fiddling with accounting rules won’t fix the banks
7 October 2009, 12883 reads
A common EU approach to corporate taxation
9 December 2008, 12609 reads
Campos, Coricelli, Moretti
Ostry, Berg, Tsangarides