Paul L. Caron

Saturday, June 17, 2006

2006 Junior Tax Scholars Conference Today at Colorado

The 2006 Junior Tax Scholars Conference concludes today at Colorado.  Here are today's panels, paper presenters, and commentators:

Panel 5: International Tax Issues

Craig Boise, Deferral, Repatriation Incentives and the Utility of Amnesties
Commentators: Allison Christians, Ruth Mason

Ruth Mason, Subsidies and Free Markets: State Tax Discrimination in the US and Europe
Commentators: Craig Boise, Allison Christians, Kristin Hickman

Allison Christians, Treaties, Executive Agreements and Foreign Policy Power
Commentators: Craig Boise, Ruth Mason, Ajay Mehrotra

Steven Dean, Tax Flight Treaties: Designing and Effective Solution to the Tax Haven Problem
Commentators: Allison Chirstians, Ruth Mason, Adam Rosenzweig

Panel 6: Administrative Law Issues

Kristin Hickman, Coloring Outside the Lines: Examining Treaury's (Lack of) Adherence to APA Procedural Requirements
Commentators: Adam Chodorow, Adam Rosenzweig

Adam Rosenzweig: Elective Tax Fictions in a Purposive World: Can an Elective Tax Fiction be Abusive?
Commentators: Steven Dean, David Walker

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