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Thursday, September 7, 2017

Tax Prof Panel On A U.S. Perspective On Tax Compliance And Tax Privacy At Cambridge

CambridgeWilliam Byrnes (Texas A&M), Michael Hatfield (University of Washington), Leandra Lederman (Indiana-Bloomington), and Adam Thimmesch (Nebraska) participated in a panel on Tax Compliance and Tax Privacy: A U.S. Perspective at the 35th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime yesterday at the University of Cambridge:

This panel of US tax academics explored cutting edge issues in tax compliance, information reporting, and tax privacy. The topics include recent developments in the behavioral economics and psychology of tax compliance, and the rapidly evolving use of technology and big data in tax enforcement and its impact on the privacy of taxpayers

https://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2017/09/tax-prof-panel-on-a-us-perspective-on-tax-compliance-and-tax-privacy-at-cambridge.html

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