What happened in Taiwan is important for economists too. It shows exactly how a tax system, confronted with spiritual movements, should not operate.
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Pier Marco Ferraresi
About Pier Marco Ferraresi
Pier Marco Ferraresi is a professional economist; he holds a Doctorate in Economics at the University of Turin, and has worked on a number of ex-ante, mid-term, and ex-post evaluations of policies in different fields, including social security, the economic impact of infrastructures, and the design of innovation policies. He is presently Contract Professor of Microeconomics and of Macroeconomic Scenarios at the University of Turin, where for more than a decade he held courses of Public Economics and of Industrial Organization. The main fields of his consultancy and research activity are social security, impact analysis of public policies, innovation economics and policy, quantitative statistics and models, applied statistic, survey design and contingent evaluation. Prof. Ferraresi developed within two different research projects for the European Commission a model simulating the effects of ageing on the aggregate savings as well as a model forecasting the social security expenditure in different countries. He also worked as an independent evaluator with the World Bank in order to assess the Bank’s assistance to pension reforms in Albania, Latvia, F.Y.R. of Macedonia, and Russia.