Farid Toubal

Professor at the ENS Paris-Saclay

Farid Toubal is Full Professor at the École Normale Supérieure de Cachan. He is a Research Fellow at CEPR and a CESifo Research Network member. He is also Scientific Adviser at CEPII. He holds a PhD from Kiel University and spent his post‐doctorate at the Deutsche Bundesbank and Tübingen University. His work analyzes various aspects of globalization. Most recently, he focuses on the corporate tax avoidance strategies of multinational firms and on the impacts of globalization on labor market outcomes. Some of his previous work has also contributed to related fields of development and industrial organization. He publishes widely in international outlets with a general audience and with a specific orientation towards the fields of international economics, macroeconomics, and cultural economics. He is currently Associate Editor for the European Economic Review.

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Publications of Farid Toubal

Taxation of Multinationals : Design and Quantification



Profits shifting in france  evidence from firm-level administrative databases


International Corporate Taxation: What Reforms ? What Impact ?



Brexit: Seizing Opportunities and Limiting Risks in the Finance Sector


Decision-making centre of foreign companies in France, a comparative analysis


France’s Attractiveness for Company Decision-Making Centres