Paul L. Caron

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Today's Law, Society & Taxation Panels

TorontoToday's Law, Society, and Taxation panels at the 2018 Law & Society Association Annual Meeting in Toronto (program here):

Comparative Perspectives on Taxation I (Diane Ring (Boston College), Chair/Discussant)

  • Bradley Bryan (University of Victoria), The Evolution of First Nation Taxation in Canada: From Exemption to Governance after Bastien Estate v Canada
  • Carl MacArthur (Western Ontario), Re-Thinking Tax Professional Privilege in Canada
  • Theodore Seto (Loyola-L.A.), Modeling Changes in U.S. International Tax Rules

Taxation and Artificial Intelligence (Heather Field (UC-Hastings), Chair/Discussant)

  • Henry Ordower (Saint Louis), Bundling/Unbundling Tax Bases
  • Roberta Mann (Oregon), I Robot, U Tax: Considering the Costs of Automation
  • Fiona Martin (New South Wales), Income Tax Issues Relating to Crowdfunding in Australia

100 Years of Joseph Schumpeter’s ‘Crisis of the Tax State’ 

  • Max Boada (Zeppelin), Neil Buchanan (George Washington) Dominic de Cogan (Cambridge), Alfred Duncan (Kent), May Hen (Cambridge), Michael Littlewood (Auckland), Ann Mumford (King's College London)

Comparative Perspectives on Taxation II (Emily Satterthwaite (Toronto), Chair/Discussant)

Taxation and Inequality (Tessa Davis (South Carolina), Chair/Discussant)

  • Toshiyuki Kusumoto (Tokyo), A Possible Social Security Law Policy for the Purpose of the Improvement of Social Exclusion of Non-regular Employees in Japan
  • Goldburn Maynard (Louisville), The Cold of Tax Justice 
  • Nicholas Mirkay (Hawai'i) & Palma Strand (Creighton), The Federal Income Tax: Does It Contribute to Inequality Beyond the Top 1%?

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