Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Quasi-final schedule for NYU Tax Policy Colloquium, winter-spring 2013

The schedule for the NYU Tax Policy Colloquium at the beginning of the next calendar year is now pretty much set.  (The weasel words "pretty much" refer to the fact that often something ends up having to change.)  All sessions will be on Tuesdays from 4 to 6 pm, in Vanderbilt Hall, room 208, at the NYU Law School, and they are generally open to the public, albeit off-the-record for press.

Anyway, the schedule is as follows:

1. January 22 – David Kamin, NYU Law School

2. January 29 – Edward McCaffery, USC Law School

3. February 5 – Jake Brooks, Georgetown Law School

4. February 12 – Lilian Faulhaber, Boston University School of Law

5. February 26 – Peter Diamond, MIT Economics Department

6. March 5 – Darien Shanske, University of California at Hastings College of Law

7. March 12 – Dhammika Dharmapala, U. of Illinois Law School

8. March 26 – Sarah Lawsky, University of California at Irvine Law School

9. April 2 – Alan Viard, American Enterprise Institute

10. April 9 – Brian Galle, Boston College Law School

11. April 16 – Leslie Robinson, Tuck Business School, Dartmouth College

12. April 23 – Larry Bartels, Department of Political Science, Vanderbilt University

13. April 30 – Itai Grinberg, Georgetown Law School

14. May 7 – Raj Chetty, Harvard Economics Department

3 comments:

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