Paul L. CaronDean
Monday, March 26, 2018
By Paul Caron
Boston College hosted the annual Boston College-Tulane Tax Roundtable on Friday:
James Alm (Tulane), Is the Haig-Simons Standard Dead? The Uneasy Case for a Comprehensive Income Tax Discussant: Rebecca Kysar (Brooklyn)
Thomas Brennan (Harvard), Debt and Equity Taxation: A Combined Economic and Legal Perspective Discussant: James Repetti (Boston College)
Heather Field (UC Hastings), Tax Lawyers as Tax Insurance Discussant: Natalya Shnitser (Boston College)
Yehonatan Givati (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Theories of Tax Deductions: Income Measurement versus Efficiency Discussant: Steve Sheffrin (Tulane)
Rebecca Kysar (Brooklyn), Tax Reform and the Budget Process Discussant: Daniel Shaviro (NYU)
Shu-Yi Oei (Boston College), Whose Tax Law Is It? Constituencies and Control in Statutory Drafting (with Leigh Osofsky (Miami)) Discussant: Heather Field (UC Hastings)
Daniel Shaviro (NYU), Does the United States Now Have a “Territorial” Tax System?
Discussant: Diane Ring (Boston College)
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