Wednesday, May 10, 2017
David Hasen, Professor of Law at Colorado, has accepted a tenured lateral offer from Florida, beginning in Fall 2017. Here are David's recent publications:
- A Partnership Mark-to-Market Tax Election, 71 Tax Law. ___ (2018)
- Accretion-Based Progressive Wealth Taxation, 20 Fla. Tax. Rev. ___ (2017)
- Taxation and Innovation: A Sectorial Approach, 2017 U. Ill. L. Rev. ___
- Some Consequences of Governmental Provision of Rival Goods, 34 Va. Tax Rev. 319 (2014)
- The Reinvestment Deduction: A Modest Proposal to Reform the Corporate Tax, 18 Chapman L. Rev. 49 (2014) (symposium)
- CBIT 2.0: A Proposal to Address U.S. Business Taxation, 140 Tax Notes 909 (Aug. 26, 2013)
- Partnership Special Allocations Revisited, 13 Fla. Tax Rev. 349 (2012)
- Tax Neutrality and Tax Amenities, 12 Fla. Tax Rev. 57 (2012)
David previously taught at Michigan, Penn State, and Santa Clara. In 2008-09, he served as the Professor-in-Residence in the IRS Office of Chief Counsel. Prior to teaching, he was a tax associate at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati and Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe.
David is the third new addition to the University of Florida tax faculty, joining Fred Murray and Mindy Herzfeld, who respectively will be serving as the Director of the Graduate Tax Program and as Director of the International Tax Program.