As noted in passing in my last two blog posts (concerning digital service taxation and Wei Cui's paper discussing it), this week marked the end of the "spring" 2019 NYU Tax Policy Colloquium, number 24 in our annual series.
We will be back quite soon, however. My co-convener Lily Batchelder and I have decided to switch the colloquium to the fall semester, at least on a trial basis and probably (as we hope) permanently.
Season #25 of the NYU Tax Policy Colloquium will therefore be running on Tuesdays from September 3 through December 3 of this year. As usual, the public sessions (after we meet privately with our students in the morning) will go from 4 to 5:50 pm, in Vanderbilt Hall, room 208, and to be followed by a small group dinner nearby.
We're in the process of developing our speaker schedule, and I will post it here once it's reasonably set.