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Friday, February 2, 2018

Georgetown Hosts Conference Today On Can An Internationally Competitive Tax System Protect Its Tax Base?

Georgetown (2016)The Georgetown Institute of International Economic Law and International Tax Policy Forum host a conference today on  Can an Internationally Competitive Tax System Protect Its Tax Base?:

Recent International Measures to Limit Tax Base Erosion

  • Mihir Desai (Harvard) (moderator)
  • Calum Dewar (PwC)
  • Mike Williams (Director, Business and International Tax, HM Treasury)

Economic Consequences of Limiting Base Erosion with Inbound Investment

  • Michelle Hanlon (MIT) (moderator)
  • Jennifer Blouin (Wharton)
  • Michael Devereux (Oxford)

Economic Consequences of Limiting Base Erosion with Outbound Investment

  • Lilian Faulhaber (Georgetown) (moderator)
  • Rosanne Altshuler (Rutgers)
  • Alfons Weichenrieder (Geothe University, Frankfurt)

What Should (and Shouldn’t) the United States Do Now to Protect Its Tax Base and Ensure a Competitive Environment Globally?

  • James Hines (Michigan) (moderator)
  • Kimberly Clausing (Reed College)
  • Itai Grinberg (Georgetown)
  • Alan Auerbach (UC-Berkeley)
  • Paul Oosterhuis (Skadden)

Luncheon Keynote Address
Kevin Hassett (Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers)

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