Since last posting the schedule for the Tax Policy Colloquium that Mihir Desai and I will be offering at NYU Law School from January through April 2011, I have learned most of the paper titles. I'm therefore reposting it, with all of the titles that I currently know.
SCHEDULE FOR 2011 NYU TAX POLICY COLLOQUIUM
(All sessions meet on Thursdays from 4-5:50 pm in Vanderbilt 208, NYU Law School)
1. January 20 – Joseph Bankman, Stanford Law School. Reforming the Tax Preference for Medical Expenditures.
2. January 27 – Yair Listokin, Yale Law School. Taxation and Liquidity.
3. February 3 – David Miller, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP. Unintended Consequences: How U.S. Tax Law Encourages Investment in Offshore Tax Havens.
4. February 10 – Michael Keen, International Monetary Fund. Bank Taxation and Regulation.
5. February 17 – Kenneth Scheve, Yale University Political Science Dep’t. Envy and Altruism in Hard Times (with Xiaobo Lu).
6. February 24 – Allison Christians, Wisconsin Law School. Hard Law, Soft Law, and No Law: The World of International Tax Dispute Resolution.
7. March 3 – Adam Rosenzweig, Washington University Law School. Thinking Outside the (Tax) Treaty.
8. March 10 – Eric Zolt, UCLA Law School. Charitable Deductions for Foreign Assistance.
9. March 24 – Kirk Stark, UCLA Law School. Bribing the States to Tax Food.
10. March 31 – Len Burman, Maxwell School of Syracuse University.
11. April 7 – Jennifer Blouin, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. [Paper TBD on multinationals.]
12. April 14 – Joshua Blank, NYU Law School. Not Seeing Is Believing: A Behavioral Theory of Tax Privacy.
13. April 21 – Leandra Lederman, Indiana University Law School.
14. April 28 – Cheryl Block, Washington University Law School. The Intersection of Federal Income Tax Policy and Bailouts.