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Friday, December 9, 2011

Keio University (Tokyo) Hosts Conference Today on Fiscal Dilemmas Facing Japan and the U.S.

KeioKeio University in Tokyo hosts a conference today on Two Political Economies in Crisis--Historical and Comparative Perspectives on the Fiscal Dilemmas Facing Japan and the United States. Among the tax presentations by U.S. Tax Profs are:

  • Andrea Louise Campbell (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Taxing, Spending, and Public Opinion: The Erosion of Tax Consent in the United States
  • Isaac William Martin (University of California, San Diego), The Campaign for Federal Tax Limitation in the United States Since 1973
  • Ajay K. Mehrotra (Indiana University), The VAT Laggards: A Comparative History of Japanese and US Resistance to the Value-added Tax
  • Gene Park (Loyola Marymount University), Spending and Tax Consent in the US and Japan
  • Joseph J. Thorndike (The Tax History Project at Tax Analysts and University of Virginia), The Outliers: Corporate Income Taxes in the United States and Japan, 1970-present

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