Research

Work in progress

  • Financial secrecy: Evidence from a Panel Dataset (with P. Janský and A. Cobham). Status (20181119): Under construction.
  • Public procurement and tax havens. (with P. Janský and J. Skuhrovec). Status (20181119): Under construction.
  • Where Have All the Profits Gone? Profit Shifting and the Cost of Tax Havens (with P. Janský and B. Casella). Status (20181119): Under construction.
  • Principles of Fair Taxation: Intermediaries and Tax Havens in Global Corporate Taxation (with P. Janský). Status (20181119): Under construction.
  • Is Panama Really Your Tax Haven? Secrecy Jurisdictions and the Countries They Harm (with P. Janský and M. Meinzer). Status (20181119): Submitted in Regulation & Governance.
  • Estimating the Scale of Profit Shifting and Tax Revenue Losses Related to Foreign Direct Investment (with P. Janský). Status (20181119): Revised & Resubmitted in International Tax and Public Finance.
  • The Value of Political Connections in the Post-Transition Period: Evidence from the Czech Republic. Status (20181119): Revised & Resubmitted in European Journal of Political Economy. A previous version available as a working paper here.
  • Fiscal Decentralization and Equalization Transfers in Georgia (with P. Janský). Status (20181119): Under revision.
  • Political Connections and Public Procurement: Evidence from the Czech Republic. Status (20181119): Revise & resubmit in Local Government Studies.
  • Fiscal Decentralization and the Shadow Economy (with P. Janský). Status (20181119): Under revision. A previous version available as a working paper here.

Working papers

  • Palanský M. 2018. The Value of Political Connections in the Post-Transition Period: Evidence from the Czech Republic. IES Working Paper 13/2018.  Prague: Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University. | IES page | PDF
  • Janský, P. & Meinzer, M. & Palanský, M. 2018. Is Panama Really Your Tax Haven? Secrecy Jurisdictions and the Countries They Harm. IES Working Paper 23/2018.  Prague: Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University. | IES page | PDF
  • Janský, P. & Palanský, M. 2018. Estimating the Scale of Profit Shifting and Tax Revenue Losses Related to Foreign Direct Investment. WIDER Working Paper 2018/21. Helsinki: UNU-WIDER. | WIDER page | PDF
  • Janský, P. & Palanský, M. 2017. Estimating the Scale of Profit Shifting and Tax Revenue Losses Related to Foreign Direct Investment. IES Working Paper 25/2017.  Prague: Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University. | IES page | PDF
  • Janský, P. & Palanský, M. 2016. Fiscal Decentralization and the Shadow Economy. WIDER Working Paper 2016/172. Helsinki: UNU-WIDER. | WIDER page | PDF

NGO & policy work

  • Skuhrovec. J., Titl, V., and Palanský M. 2018. Velikosti prezidentských kampaní. [CZ] EconLab, Prague. | PDF
  • Skuhrovec. J., Titl, V., and Palanský M. 2017. Hodnocení financování politických stran. [CZ] EconLab, Prague. | ResultsMethodology
  • Skuhrovec, J., Titl, V., and Palanský M. 2016. Zpráva o financování politických stran 2012-2015. [CZ] EconLab, Prague. | PDF
  • Skuhrovec, J., and Palanský M. 2016. Collaborative Purchasing in the Czech Republic. EconLab, Prague. | PDF
  • Skuhrovec, J., Titl, V., and Palanský, M. 2015. Analýza darů politickým stranám v České republice. In Financování politického života. Munipress, Masaryk University in Brno. ISBN 978-80-210-7994-6. | Purchase
  • Skuhrovec, J., Titl, V., and Palanský M. 2015. Financování politických stran 2014. [CZ] EconLab, Prague. | PDF
  • Skuhrovec, J., Titl, V., and Palanský M. 2015. Analysis of Czech Political Party Donations. EconLab, Prague. | PDF
  • Skuhrovec, J., Titl, V., and Palanský M. 2014. Analýza darů právnických osob politickým stranám. [CZ] EconLab, Prague. | PDF

Theses

  • Palanský, M., 2016. The Value of Political Connections: Evidence from the Czech Republic. Master Thesis. Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. | IES page | PDF
  • Palanský, M., 2014. Political Connections and Public Procurement: Evidence
    from the Czech Republic. Bachelor thesis. Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. | IES page | PDF