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Friday, October 19, 2012

2d Annual NYU/UCLA Tax Policy Symposium: The Internal Revenue Code at 100

NYU 100The Second Annual NYU/UCLA Tax Policy Symposium, The Internal Revenue Code at 100, takes place today at NYU:

The Internal Revenue Code at 100 conference will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the income tax in the United States. Participants will consider the evolution of the American income tax over the past century and will consider prospects for tax reform as the income tax begins its second century. The conference will feature panels on business taxation, international taxation, inequality and taxation and politics.

Symposium Introduction/Moderator:  Deborah Schenk (NYU)

Business Tax Panel:

  • Joshua Blank (NYU) (moderator)
  • Steven Bank (UCLA)
  • Kimberly Clausing (Reed College)
  • Noel Cunningham (NYU) & Mitchell Engler (Cardozo)

Inequality Panel:

  • Jason Oh (UCLA) (moderator)
  • Len Burman (Syracuse)
  • David Kamin (NYU)
  • Eric Zolt (UCLA)

International Tax Panel:

  • Daniel Shaviro (NYU) (moderator)
  • Mitchell Kane (NYU)
  • David Lenter (Legislation Counsel, Joint Committee on Taxation)
  • John Steines (NYU)

Politics Panel:

  • Kirk Stark (UCLA) (moderator)
  • Anne Alstott (Yale)
  • Joseph Thorndike (Tax Analysts)
  • George Yin (Virginia)

Update:  Den Shaviro (NYU), A Few Things I Learned at Today's NYU-UCLA Tax Policy Conference

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Is "celebrate" really the right word here?

Posted by: John Q Liberty | Oct 19, 2012 7:25:45 AM