Dear tax colleagues,
You are invited to submit a paper, extended abstract, or complete session to the National Tax Association annual conference, which will be held in Tampa, November 21-23, 2019. NTA has extended the submission deadline to June 8.
The official NTA call for papers is copied below. This year, law professors will submit to specific subject areas, instead of submitting to a general “Law/Practitioner” area. The subject areas include: (1) Accounting; (2) Administration and Compliance; (3) Corporate Tax; (4) Developing World; (5) International Tax; (6) Behavioral Public Finance; (7) Charity/Public Goods; (8) Environmental/ Energy; (9) Education; (10) Health; (11) Personal Tax/Labor; (12) Macro and Fiscal Policy; (13) Political Economy; (14) Retirement/SSA; (15) State/Local Public Finance; and (16) Transfers/Welfare State.
Law professors Daniel Hemel, Jacob Goldin, and I will participate in the selection process for the various subject areas. If you have any questions, please contact Daniel, Jacob, or me.
We hope to see many of you in Tampa.
Call for Papers
November 21-23, 2019
Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel and Marina
The 112th Annual Conference on Taxation will cover a broad range of topics including, but not limited to, taxation and tax policies; expenditure policies; government budgeting; intergovernmental fiscal relations; and subnational, national, and international public finance. The conference will focus, as always, on policy-relevant research bearing on taxation and government spending. Submissions from the fields of accounting, economics, law, public policy, and tax administration are encouraged.
You are invited to submit the following: individual papers to be integrated into sessions, proposals for complete sessions of papers, and proposals for panel discussions. The submission deadline is June 8, 2019. Decisions concerning the inclusion of papers and sessions will be announced in July 2019. All presenters, including members of panel discussions, must then register and pay a conference registration fee.
You are also invited to volunteer to be a discussant or a session chair. Decisions concerning discussants and session chairs will be made at a later date. All discussants and session chairs must then register and pay a conference registration fee.
Graduate students are invited to submit in any category (single papers, complete sessions, and panel discussions) and volunteer to be a discussant or session chair. In addition, graduate students may submit single papers for consideration for the NTA Next Generation Session and posters for consideration for the Graduate Student Research Forum. The NTA Next Generation Session consists entirely of graduate student papers. The deadline for submission is July 31, 2019. The Graduate Student Research Forum is a poster session that allows students to present their research one-on-one and in a small group setting. The deadline for poster submissions is August 31, 2019.
To submit a paper or a session, please go to https://nta.confex.com/nta/2019/cfp.cgi
Please direct any questions to the program chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you in Tampa!
Drew Lyon, President, National Tax Association
Leslie Robinson, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College
Stefanie Stantcheva, Harvard University