Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Ouch

The semester is now over, and I was supposed to be (at this very hour) headed to JFK Airport to fly to Milan, where I'm scheduled to appear on Thursday, April 30 at an Econpubblica, Universita Bocconi conference entitled "Tax Policy and the Financial Crisis." Good food, a viewing of Leonardo's The Last Supper, and getting to meet a number of leading European tax policy economists and lawyers, were also part of my plans for my expected 48+ hours in Milan.

Severe though (I hope) transient back pain forced me to cancel, and I'll instead be attempting remote video participation via Skype. Have PowerPoint slides, will travel, even if only virtually.

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