Paul L. Caron

Monday, May 2, 2005

Seattle Hosts Annual Critical Tax Theory Conference

Last month, Seattle University School of Law hosted the annual Critical Tax Theory Conference, sponsored by Tax Analysts:

Panel #1:  Moderator: Lily Kahng (Seattle)

  • David A. Brennen (Mercer):  Contextual Diversity: A Normative Rationale for the Charitable Tax Exemption
  • Leo P. Martinez (Hastings):  Tax Policy, Rational Actors, and Other Myths
  • Nancy Staudt (Washington University):  On Congress

Panel #2:  Moderataor:  Wendy Gerzog (Baltimore)

  • Anthony C. Infanti (Pittsburgh):  Everyday Law for Gays and Lesbians (and Those Who Care About Them)
  • Nancy Shurtz (Oregon):  Queer Theory and the Quest for the Essential Taxpayer

Panel #3:  Moderator: Richard Schmalbeck (Duke)

  • Neil Buchanan (Rutgers–Newark):  Social Security, Generational Justice, and Long-Term Deficits
  • Lee Anne Fennell (Illinois):  Tax Over Time
  • Kirk Stark (UCLA):  Time Consistency and the Choice of Tax Base

Panel #4:  Moderator: Claire Young (University of British Columbia)

  • Tracy A. Kaye (Seton Hall):  Tax Discrimination: A Comparative Analysis of U.S. and EU Approaches
  • Henry Ordower (Saint Louis):  Horizontal and Vertical Equity in Taxation as Constitutional Principles: Germany and the United States Contrasted
  • Kim Brooks (University of British Columbia):  Comparative Tax Burdens

Panel #5:  Moderator: Charles Davenport (Rutgers–Newark)

  • Dorothy A. Brown (Washington & Lee):  Social Security Reform and the Rhetoric of Race
  • Lee A. Harris (Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz):  Black and Poor: Empirical Evidence of State Discrimination Against African-American Welfare Families

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