Contract Theory, Incentives, Public Economics and Taxation, Public Policy


Michel Poitevin holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of British Columbia and is a professor in the Department of Economics at the Université de Montréal. A specialist in the information economy, incentives and public policies, Michel Poitevin has conducted recent research on the optimal structure of a federation in the presence of local public goods. He is interested in optimal taxation in the presence of public goods in a context of fiscal competition between states or regions. He has also worked on the optimal determination of tuition fees for Quebec universities.
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CIRANO Publications by Michel Poitevin

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Concurrence fiscale et biens publics

Michel Poitevin

Competition and Taxation and Fiscal Policy

Le Québec économique 7 : Éducation et capital humain

Marcelin Joanis, Claude Montmarquette, Christian Belzil, Brahim Boudarbat, Bryan Campbell and 23 other authors

Human Capital and Education

Should a non-rival public good always be provided centrally

Nicolas Gravel and Michel Poitevin


Éducation et frais de scolarité

Rui Castro and Michel Poitevin

Education and Social Policies

Bank Value and Financial Fragility

Karine Gobert, Patrick González, Michel Poitevin and Alexandra Lai

Financial risks
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