Eric Talley, Columbia Law School
“Corporate Inversions and the Unbundling of Regulatory Competition”
Michael Simkovic, Seton Hall Law School
“The Knowledge Tax”
Lucy Martin, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Political Science
“The Structure of American Income Tax Policy Preferences”
Donald Marron, Urban Institute
“Should Governments Tax Unhealthy Foods and Drinks?"
Reuven S. Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan Law School
Kevin S. Markle, University of Iowa Business School
"The Effect of Financial Constraints on Income Shifting by U.S. Multinationals"
March 8 – Theodore Seto, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
“Preference-Shifting and the Nonfalsifiability of Optimal Tax Theory”
James Kwak, University of Connecticut School of Law
“Reducing Inequality With a Retrospective Tax on Capital”
Miranda Stewart, The Australian National University
“Transnational Tax Law: Fiction or Reality, Future or Now?"
Danny Yagan, University of California at Berkeley Economics Department
"Partnerships in the United States: Who Owns Them and How Much Tax Do They Pay?"
Lily Kahng, Seattle University School of Law
“Who Owns Human Capital?”
James Alm, Tulane Economics Department, and Jay Soled, Rutgers Business School
“Whither the Tax Gap?”
Jane Gravelle, Congressional Research Service
“Policy Options to Address Corporate Profit Shifting: Carrots or Sticks?”
Monica Prasad, Northwestern University Department of Sociology
“The Popular Origins of Neoliberalism in the Reagan Tax Cut of 1981”