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Thursday, May 18, 2017

NTA 47th Annual Spring Symposium On Taxation In The Trump Era

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The NTA 47th Annual Spring Sympoisum on Taxation in the Trump Era: Reforms, Revenues and Repercussions kicks off today in Washington, D.C.  Tax Prof speakers include:

Exploring the Destination-Based Cash Flow Tax

Organizer: Itai Grinberg, Georgetown University Law Center
Moderator: Lily Faulhaber, Georgetown University Law Center

Destination-Based Cash Flow Taxation
Alan Auerbach, University of California, Berkeley, Michael P. Devereux, Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation, Michael Keen, International Monetary Fund, and John Vella, Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation

Problems with Destination-Based Corporate Taxes and the Ryan Blueprint
Kimberly Clausing, Reed College and Reuven Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan Law School

Can a Destination-Based Cash Flow Tax be Compatible with the WTO Commitments of the United States?
Itai Grinberg, Georgetown University Law Center

Is the Destination-Based Cash Flow Tax Easily Gamed?
John Vella, Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation

Using the Tax Code to Support Families: Past, Current and Future Policy

 

Organizer: Kim Rueben, Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center (for the American Tax Policy Institute)
Moderator: Nada Eissa, McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University

The EITC over the Great Recession: Who Benefited? (PAPER) (SLIDES)
Maggie R. Jones, U.S. Census Bureau

Upward Mobility and State-Level EITCs: Evaluating California’s Earned Income Tax Credit
Kim Rueben, Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center, Frank Sammartino, Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center, and Kirk Stark, UCLA School of Law

EITC Claiming at the Household Level in Tax Data (PAPER)
Jeff Larrimore, Federal Reserve Board, Jacob Mortenson, Joint Committee on Taxation, and David Splinter, Joint Committee on Taxation

Who Benefits from President Trump’s Child Care Proposals? (SLIDES)
Lily Batchelder, NYU School of Law, Chye-Ching Huang, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Elaine Maag, Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center, and Emily Horton, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Discussant:
Nada Eissa, McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University

Estimating the Macrodynamic Effects of Tax Reform (A Panel Discussion)

Organizer: Itai Grinberg, Georgetown University Law Center
Moderator: Alan Auerbach, University of California at Berkeley
Panelists:
Thomas Barthold, Joint Committee on Taxation
Benjamin R. Page, Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center
Kyle Pomerleau, Tax Foundation

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Comments

Since the BAT is almost certainly dead, this seminar amuses me.

Posted by: TheTurk | May 18, 2017 8:36:12 AM

The latest (geologic) era is the Cenozoic - from 66 million years ago to 2017. Can their be a "Trump" era of less than 4 months?

Posted by: aircav65 | May 18, 2017 10:56:11 AM