Friday, June 26, 2020

NYC Tax Policy Colloquium - time finally set

In my earlier post about this year's Zoom-only Tax Policy Colloquium, I noted that the time for our PM sessions had not been set. After internally discussions we've now been able to put it at 2 to 3:50 PM, EST, on fall semester Tuesdays.

One advantage of this time, we hope, is that people from California to Europe will find it feasible. Probably a tougher sell in, say, Australia, but one can always hope.

As noted earlier, we're planning a cocktail or tea time after the session, for a small group by Zoom. Given the time of the sessions, these probably won't happen right afterwards, but perhaps at 5 or so EST, varying with the presenting authors' preferences. (And we'd probably skip a given session if the author opted out.)

Finally, here again is our schedule for the fall semester:

1.                         Tuesday, August 25 – Steven Dean, NYU Law School
2.                         Tuesday, September 1 – Clinton Wallace, University of South Carolina School of Law
3.                         Tuesday, September 8  – Natasha Sarin, University of Pennsylvania Law School
4.                         Tuesday, September 15 – Adam Kern, Princeton Politics Depa't and NYU Law School
5.                         Tuesday, September 22 – Henrik Kleven, Princeton Economics Department
6.                         Tuesday, September 29 – Leandra Lederman, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
7.                         Tuesday, October 6 – Michelle Hanlon, MIT Sloan School of Management
8.                         Tuesday, October 13 – Steve Rosenthal, Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center
9.                         Tuesday, October 20 –Michelle Layser, University of Illinois College of Law
10.                      Tuesday, October 27 – Daniel Shaviro, NYU Law School
11.                      Tuesday, November 10 – Owen Zidar, Princeton Economics Department
12.                      Tuesday, November 17 – Abdoulaye Ndiaye, NYU Stern Business School
13.                      Tuesday, November 24 – Lilian Faulhaber, Georgetown Law School
14.                      Tuesday, December 1 – Erin Scharff, Arizona State Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law

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