Wednesday, December 05, 2012

NYU Tax Policy Colloquium update

I've previously posted the speaker schedule for the NYU Tax Policy Colloquium, which I will be co-leading this winter/spring with Bill Gale, but I now have a full list of paper titles (albeit potentially, in some cases, placeholders that will change):

1. January 22 – David Kamin, NYU Law School, Are We There Yet?: On a Path to Closing America's Long-Run Deficit.

2. January 29 – Edward McCaffery, USC Law School, Bifurcation Blues: The Problems of Leaving Redistribution Aside.

3. February 5 – Jake Brooks, Georgetown Law School, Taxation, Risk, and Portfolio Choice: The Treatment of Returns to Risk Under a Normative Income Tax.

4. February 12 – Lilian Faulhaber, Boston University School of Law, Charitable Giving, Tax Expenditures, and the Fiscal Future of the European Union.

5. February 26 – Peter Diamond, MIT Economics Department, The Case for a Progressive Tax: From Basic Research to Policy Recommendations.

6. March 5 – Darien Shanske, University of California at Hastings College of Law, A Proposal for a New Property Tax Infrastructure.

7. March 12 – Dhammika Dharmapala, U. of Illinois Law School, Competitive Neutrality among Debt-Financed Multinational Firms.

8. March 26 – Sarah Lawsky, University of California at Irvine Law School, Unknown Probabilities and the Tax Law.

9. April 2 – Alan Viard, American Enterprise Institute, Progressive Consumption Taxation: The Choice of Tax Design.

10. April 9 – Brian Galle, Boston College Law School, A Nudge is a Price.

11. April 16 – Leslie Robinson, Tuck Business School, Dartmouth College, Internal Ownership Structures of Multinational Firms.

12. April 23 – Larry Bartels, Department of Political Science, Vanderbilt University, Inequality as a Political Issue in the 2012 Election.

13. April 30 – Itai Grinberg, Georgetown Law School, A Governance Structure to Mediate the Battle Over Taxing Offshore Accounts.

14. May 7 – Raj Chetty, Harvard Economics Department, Active vs. Passive Decisions and Crowd-Out in Retirement Savings Accounts: Evidence from Denmark.

All sessions will be held at NYU Law School (at a second-floor room in Vanderbilt Hall) from 4 to 6 pm on Tuesdays, are open to interested non-NYU people, and will be followed by small group dinners.

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