Tax Policy Colloquium
This colloquium will introduce students to the current research in tax policy and will give them an opportunity to develop skills in reading and critiquing contemporary legal scholarship.
Professors Alex Raskolnikov, David Schizer, and Wojciech Kopczuk
Thursdays, 4:20 to 6:10 p.m., Room 304, Jerome Greene Hall
SEPTEMBER 26, 2013
University of Chicago Law School
"From Helmets to Savings and Inheritance Taxes: Regulatory Intensity, Information Revelation, and Internalities"
Background paper "Internality Regulation Through Public Choice"
OCTOBER 3, 2013
University of Michigan Law School
"Understanding the AMT, and Its Unadopted Sibling, the AMxT1"
OCTOBER 10, 2013
Columbia Business School
"How Elastic Are Preferences for Redistribution? Evidence from Randomized Survey Experiments"
OCTOBER 17, 2013
Boston College Law School
"Occupy the Tax Code: Using the Estate Tax to Reduce Inequality and Spur Economic Growth"
OCTOBER 24, 2013
London School of Economics
"The Missing Wealth of Nations: Are Europe and the U.S. Net Debtors or Net Creditors?"
OCTOBER 31, 2013
New York University Law School
"Fixing U.S. International Taxation"
NOVEMBER 7, 2013
Tulane University Department of Economics
"Estimating Tax Agency Efficiency"
"Using Public Information to Estimate Informal Supplier Income"
NOVEMBER 14, 2013
Harvard Law School
"Understanding Income Tax Deferral"
"Deferral and Exemption of the Income of Foreign Subsidiaries: A Review of the Basic Analytics"
NOVEMBER 21, 2013
Gerrit De Geest
"Removing Rents: Why the Legal System is Superior to the Income Tax at Reducing Income Inequality"
Washington University Law School