Just 12 days from now, the 2012 NYU Tax Policy Colloquium will be getting under way. I'll be doing it this year with Alan Auerbach. I've previously posted the schedule with speakers and dates, but here for the first time I can do so with almost all of the paper titles (some of which, however, are still tentative). Anyway, it will go something like this:
1. January 17 – Michelle Hanlon, MIT Sloan School of Management. "The Effect of Repatriation Tax Costs on U.S. Multinational Investment Efficiency."
2. January 24 – Amy Monahan, University of Minnesota Law School. "Will Employers Undermine Health Care Reform by Dumping Sick Employees?"
3. January 31 – Alex Raskolnikov, Columbia Law School. “Not Close Enough: Accepting the Limits of Tax Law and Economics.”
4. February 7 – Victor Fleischer, University of Colorado Law School. "Tax and the Boundaries of the Firm."
5. February 14 – Heather Field, Hastings College of Law. "Binding Choices: Tax Elections & Federal/State Conformity."
6. February 28 – Dhammika Dharmapala, University of Illinois Law School. “Taxes and the Real Option of Delaying Incorporation.”
7. March 6 – Edward Kleinbard, USC Law School.
8. March 20 – Susan Morse, Hastings College of Law. “Worldwide Corporate Income Tax Consolidation and a Corporate Offshore Excise Tax."
9. March 27 – Stephen Shay, Harvard Law School. “Unpacking Territorial.”
10. April 3 – Jon Bakija, Williams College Economics Department.”Jobs and Income Growth of Top Earners and the Causes of Changing Income Inequality: Evidence from U.S. Tax Return Data."
11. April 10 – Lane Kenworthy, University of Arizona Sociology Department. "Getting taxes right: What can we learn from the comparative evidence?"
12. April 17 – Yair Listokin, Yale Law School. “’I Like to Pay Taxes’: Lessons of Philanthropy for Tax and Spending Policy” (with David Schizer).
13. April 24 – William Gale, Brookings Institution. “Fiscal Therapy.”
14. May 1 – Rosanne Altshuler, Rutgers Economics Department, and Harry Grubert, U.S. Treasury Department. “A New View on International Tax Reform.”