Friday, June 04, 2010

Christian Science Monitor article on the "S-S-S" bank tax analysis

I've previously noted here my article draft (co-authored with Doug Shackelford and Joel Slemrod) concerning bank taxation in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. SSRN link is here.

The Christian Science Monitor has just posted a blog entry, discussing the article and inviting readers to make comments, here.

Final version of the article will be published in the December 2010 issue of the National Tax Journal (along with the short version of my foreign tax credits piece).

UPDATE: My error: though the link is correct, the CSM is actually just picking up on a Tax Vox blog post by Howard Gleckman at the Brookings-Urban Tax Policy Center.

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