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Daniel Reck

London School of Economics
Department of Economics
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE
United Kingdom

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Institutional Affiliation: London School of Economics

NBER Working Papers and Publications

October 2018Revealed Preference Analysis with Framing Effects
with Jacob Goldin: w25139

Published: Jacob Goldin & Daniel Reck, 2020. "Revealed-Preference Analysis with Framing Effects," Journal of Political Economy, vol 128(7), pages 2759-2795.

March 2018Taxing Hidden Wealth: The Consequences of U.S. Enforcement Initiatives on Evasive Foreign Accounts
with Niels Johannesen, Patrick Langetieg, Max Risch, Joel Slemrod: w24366

Published: Niels Johannesen & Patrick Langetieg & Daniel Reck & Max Risch & Joel Slemrod, 2020. "Taxing Hidden Wealth: The Consequences of US Enforcement Initiatives on Evasive Foreign Accounts," American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, vol 12(3), pages 312-346. citation courtesy of

April 2016Who Sold During the Crash of 2008-9? Evidence from Tax-Return Data on Daily Sales of Stock
with Jeffrey Hoopes, Patrick Langetieg, Stefan Nagel, Joel Slemrod, Bryan Stuart: w22209
July 2015Does Credit-card Information Reporting Improve Small-business Tax Compliance?
with Joel Slemrod, Brett Collins, Jeffrey Hoopes, Michael Sebastiani: w21412

Published: Slemrod, Joel & Collins, Brett & Hoopes, Jeffrey L. & Reck, Daniel & Sebastiani, Michael, 2017. "Does credit-card information reporting improve small-business tax compliance?," Journal of Public Economics, Elsevier, vol. 149(C), pages 1-19. citation courtesy of

September 2013Taxpayer Search for Information: Implications for Rational Attention
with Jeffrey Hoopes, Joel Slemrod: w19482

Published: Jeffrey L. Hoopes & Daniel H. Reck & Joel Slemrod, 2015. "Taxpayer Search for Information: Implications for Rational Attention," American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, American Economic Association, vol. 7(3), pages 177-208, August. citation courtesy of

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