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Saturday, April 2, 2016

19th Annual Critical Tax Theory Conference Concludes Today At Tulane

Tulane (2015)The 19th Annual Critical Tax Theory Conference concludes today at Tulane:

Panel #4:  Tax Expenditures, Social Insurance, and Younger Generations (Chair: Charlotte Crane (Northwestern))

  • Samuel Brunson (Loyola-Chicago) & David Herzig (Valparaiso), The Effect of Obergefell on the Tax Exemption of Churches and Religiously-Affiliated Organizations
  • Neil Buchanan (George Washington), Social Security, Inequality, and Younger Generations
  • Nancy Shurtz (Oregon), Rethinking the Taxable Unit: Why Dependency Trumps Marriage as the Preferred Reference Standard

Incubators

  • Alice Abreu (Temple), An Accidental Book Review: In Praise of the 4012, the Bible of VITA
  • Philip Hackney (LSU), Subsidize the Heavenly Chorus? 501(c)(5) Labor Unions and Tax Exemption
  • Karen Powell (Ohio Northern), State and Local Property Taxes
  • Katie Pratt (Loyola-L.A.), Learning to Live Without Form 1040
  • Saul Templeton (Calgary), Covenants to Discriminate: The Charitable Tax Status of LGBT-Exclusionary Universities
  • Genevieve Tokic (Northern Illinois), Taxing Greed
  • Richard Winchester (Thomas Jefferson), A Tax Theory of the Firm

Critical Tax

Prior Critical Tax Theory Conferences:

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