Paul L. Caron

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Today's Law, Society & Taxation Panels

L&SToday's Law, Society, and Taxation panels at the 2017 Law & Society Association Annual Meeting in Mexico City (program here):

Economic Justice and Taxation of Wealth (Lisa Philipps (Osgoode Hall), Chair/Discussant)

  • Jennifer Bird-Pollan (Kentucky), Comparative Wealth Transfer Taxation
  • Neil Buchanan (George Washington), Economic Justice and Taxation
  • Montano Cabezas (Georgetown), Migration and Taxation in the Public Imagination
  • Ari Glogower (Ohio State), Progressive Taxation of Income and Wealth

International Aspects of Taxation (Heather Field (UC-Hastings, Chair/Discussant)

  • Steven Dean (Brooklyn), Legitimacy and the End of International Tax Cooperation’s Golden Age
  • David Elkins (Netanya), The Anomaly of Corporate Tax Residence
  • Henry Ordower (St. Louis), Is the Expatriation Tax Constitutional? Deferrals, Mark to Market and the Macomber Conundrum
  • Sloan Speck (Colorado), Competitiveness as a Rationale for International Tax Reform

Tax Base and Tax Policy (Ari Glogower (Ohio State), Chair/Discussant

  • Fred Brown (Baltimore), Proposing a Single, Simpler Test for Cash Equivalency
  • Tessa Davis (South Carolina), Rethinking Alimony and Tax
  • Heather Field (UC-Hastings), A Taxonomy for Tax Loopholes
  • Richard Winchester (Thomas Jefferson), A Tax Theory of the Firm

Gender, Development, and Fiscal/Economic Equality (Neil Buchanan (George Washington), Chair; Kathleen Lahey (Queens), Discussant)

  • Tabitha Mulyampiti (Makerere), Engendering the New Aid Modalities (NAM) for Inclusive Service Delivery in Uganda: Opportunity for Involving the Women’s Movement
  • Leonel Pessoa (FGV Direito SP, São Paulo), Value-Added Tax and Harmful Tax Competition in Brazil
  • Ann Mumford (Kings College London), The Case of R and the Possibility of a Refreshed Discourse of Welfare Rights in the UK
  • Gemma Mitchell (East Anglia), A Right to Care: Consolidating and Strengthening UK Reconciliation Legislation in Light of Brexit
  • Catherine Montmagny Grenier (Montreal), Travelling Beyond “Slut Shaming”: Touristic Costa Rica as a Libertine Liminality

Salon Session: The Tax Challenges of the Gig Economy

  • Jennifer Brown (American), SEPs and SIMPLES: The Forgotten Retirement Plans that Could Greatly Benefit Gig Economy Workers
  • Caroline Bruckner (American), Shortchanged: The Tax Compliance Challenges of Small Business Operators Driving the On-Demand Platform Economy

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