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ISLAM Nizamul

Living Conditions


Income, Wealth, and Poverty



nizamul.islam@liser.lu
Tél.: (+352) 58 58 55 - 507

Nizamul Islam holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Gothenburg (Sweden). Currently, he is a research fellow at the Department of living conditions, LISER Luxembourg. His interest is in Optimal Tax, Labour supply, Microsimulation, Basic income, Tax-benefit reform, and Poverty dynamics. Nizamul Islam is a Visiting Fellow at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union (DG TAXUD) for 2017-2020 (https://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/sites/taxation/files/list_of_selected_experts.pdf). As a fellow, Islam has opportunities to collaborate with members of DG TAXUD staff, to present and/or discuss research work and to share their knowledge in the area of quantitative methods, economic modelling and public economics theory, namely in the areas of taxation policy and tax reforms. Islam has particular expertise in software programming and econometric computing for model analysis. Jointly with Professor Lennart Flood, he has developed a behavioural microsimulation model for Luxembourg ’LuxTaxBen’. He is country (Luxembourg) team member of EUROMOD. His publication record includes Economic modelling, Empirical Economics, Economic Letters, Applied Economics Letters, Nordic Tax Journal, The Japanese Economic Review, and International Journal of Microsimulation.

 

Ongoing projects

Articles

    ISLAM Nizamul, COLOMBINO Ugo. The case for NIT+FT in Europe. An empirical optimal taxation exercise. Economic Modelling, 2018 (Online First : 15 June 2018). FLOOD Lennart, ISLAM Nizamul. The rise of working pensioners: the Swedish case. Nordic Tax Journal, 2016, vol. 5, n°1, pp. 41-66.
  • ERICSON Peter, FLOOD Lennart, ISLAM Nizamul. Taxes, wages and working hours. Empirical Economics, 2015, vol. 49, n°2, pp. 503-535.
  • LIEGEOIS Philippe, ISLAM Nizamul. Dealing with Negative Marginal Utilities in the Discrete Choice Modeling of Labor Supply. Economics Letters, 2013, vol. 118, n° 1, pp. 16-18 (Online first 11 May 2012).
  • FUSCO Alessio, ISLAM Nizamul. Understanding the Drivers of Low-Income Transitions in Luxembourg. Research on Economic Inequality, 2012, vol°20, chap. 14, pp. 367-391.
  • BERGER Frédéric, ISLAM Nizamul, LIEGEOIS Philippe. Behavioral micro simulation model and labor supply in Luxembourg. Brussels Economic Review, 2011, Vol.54, n°4, Winter 2011.
  • ISLAM Nizamul, OKAMURA Kazuaki. Inter-temporal Labor Force Participation of Married Women in Japan. The Japanese Economic Review, 2011, vol.62, n°4, pp. 562-580.
  • LIEGEOIS Philippe, BERGER Frédéric, ISLAM Nizamul, WAGENER Raymond. Cross-validating administrative and survey datasets through microsimulation. International journal of micro simulation, 2011, Vol.4, n°1, pp. 54-71.
  • FLOOD Lennart, ISLAM Nizamul, STERNER Thomas. Are demand elasticities affected by politically determined tax levels? Simultaneous estimates of gasoline demand and price. Applied Economics Letters, 2010, Vol.17, n°4, pp. 325-328.
  • FLOOD Lennart, ISLAM Nizamul. A Monte Carlo evaluation of discrete choice labour supply models, Applied Economics Letters, 2005, Vol.12, n°5, pp. 263-266.
  • ISLAM Nizamul, RAHMAN Matiur. An application of a random coefficient model to agricultural production in Bangladesh. The Dhaka University Journal of Science, 2001, Vol. 49, n°2, pp. 163-74, ISSN 1022-2502.
  • ISLAM Nizamul, RAHMAN Matiur, NESSA Kamrun. An Econometric Investigation of Mortality Scenario in Bangladesh. The Dhaka University Journal of Science, 2000, Vol. 48, n°1, pp. 67-76, ISSN 1022-2502.

Books Chapters

  • LIEGEOIS Philippe, BERGER Frédéric, ISLAM Nizamul, WAGENER Raymond. Cross-validating administrative and survey datasets through microsimulation in Luxembourg. In: JANTTI Markus, TÖRMÄLEHTO Veli-Matti, MARLIER Eric (Eds). The use of registers in the context of EU–SILC: challenges and opportunities. EUROSTAT (Statistical working papers), 2013, pp. 189-202.

Working papers

    ISLAM Nizamul, COLOMBINO Ugo. The case for NIT+FT in Europe. An empirical optimal taxation exercise. Euromod, 2017, coll. Euromod working paper series n°EM 18/17, 43 p.
  • ISLAM Nizamul, FLOOD Lennart. A Tax Benefit Model for Policy Evaluation in Luxembourg: LuxTaxBen. IZA Discussion Paper n°9152, June 2015, 37 p.
  • LIEGEOIS Philippe, BERGER Frédéric, ISLAM Nizamul, WAGENER Raymond. Cross-validating administrative and survey datasets through microsimulation and the assessment of a tax reform in Luxembourg. University of Essex, ISER, 2010, Euromod working paper series n°EM1/10.
  • BERGER Frédéric, ISLAM Nizamul, LIEGEOIS Philippe. Discrete Choice Modelling of Labour Supply in Luxembourg Through EUROMOD Microsimulation. University of Essex, ISER, 2010, Euromod working paper series n°EM5/10.
  • LIEGEOIS Philippe, ISLAM Nizamul. Dealing with Negative Marginal Utilities in the Discrete Choice Modelling of Labor Supply. University of Essex, ISER, 2010, Euromod working paper series n°EM6/10.
  • ISLAM NIzamul. Poverty dynamics in Ethiopia: state dependence and transitory shocks. Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics, 2007, n°260.
  • ISLAM Nizamul. A Dynamic Tobit model of female labor supply. Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics, 2007, n°259.
  • ISLAM Nizamul. Dynamic labour force participation of married women in Sweden. Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics, 2007, n°184.

Publications dans les collections de l'Institut