Paul L. Caron

Thursday, November 13, 2014

NTA 107th Annual Conference on Taxation

NTA CoverThe National Tax Association 107th Annual Conference on Taxation kicks off today in Santa Fe. Tax Prof speakers include:

Tax Enforcement and Collections Discretion:
Session Chair:  Leigh Osofsky (Miami)

  • Joshua Blank (NYU), Reconsidering Corporate Tax Privacy
  • Andrew Hayashi (Virginia), An Economic Analysis of Taxpayer Liquidity
  • Shu-Yi Oei (Tulane), What is Fair Tax Administration?
  • Leigh Osofsky (Miami),  Announcing Enforcement Priorities

Discussants:  Leandra Lederman (Indiana), Diane Ring (Boston College)

Municipal, Local, and Global Tax Incentives:
Session Chair:  Neil Buchanan (George Washington)

  • Mirit Eyal-Cohen (Alabama), Urban Mavericks
  • Omri Marian (Florida), Corporate Inversions, Tax Residence, and Real Economic Effects: A Case Study Approach
  • Agustin Leon-Moreta (New Mexico), Tax-Expenditure Limitations and Special District Finance in the United States
  • Erin Scharff (Arizona State), Powerful Cities, Efficient Revenues: Limits on Municipal Taxing Authority and What to do About it

Discussant:  Neil Buchanan (George Washington)

Higher Education and Human Capital:
Session Chair: John Brooks (Georgetown)

  • John Brooks (Georgetown), Quasi-Public Spending on Quasi-Public Goods: The Case of Income-Based Repayment and the Public Financing of Higher Education
  • Benjamin Leff (American), The Income-Based Repayment Swap: A Novel Mechanism for Financing Legal Education
  • Shu-Yi Oei (Tulane) & Diane Ring (Boston College),  The New Human Equity Transactions
  • Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall), Taxing Human Capital

Discussants:  David Gamage (UC-Berkeley), Kirk Stark (UCLA)

Quantitative Analysis of Tax Policy and Charitable Giving:
Session Chair:  Brian Galle (Boston College)

  • Joseph Cordes (George Washington), Joseph Rosenberg (Urban Institute) & Eugene Steuerle (Urban Institute), The Implications of Tax Reform for the Nonprofit Sector
  • Brian Galle (Boston College), Does Nonprofit Law Matter? Evidence from Private Foundation Spending
  • Brian Raub (IRS), Charitable Giving and the Nonprofit Sector: What Tax Data Can Tell Us

Discussants:  Eric Ohrn (Grinnell College), Ben Marx (Illinois), Jon Bakija (Williams College)

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