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  • University of Oxford 8th Annual Academic Tax Symposium

    The Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation's 8th Annual Academic Tax Symposium kicks off today with these speakers and papers: Joel Slemrod (Michigan), Do th...

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  • ABA/NYLS 2014 Skills Training for Estate Planners

    The five-day 2014 Skills Training for Estate Planners hosted by the ABA Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law and New York Law School kic...

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    • Gender and Conference Questions

      Like Elizabeth I attended Seattle University's fantastic Berle VI conference.  The quality of the talks was uniformly high, and the tone of the conference was one of engagement and dialogue, not ideology.  In short, it was a ...
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    • ABA/NYLS 2014 Skills Training for Estate Planners

      …The five-day 2014 Skills Training for Estate Planners hosted by the ABA Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law and New York Law School kicks off today: The annual Skills Training for Estate Planners CLE program is for attorneys who practice, or plan to practice, estate planning law…

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    • Southern Federal Tax Institute Offers to Comp Tax Profs

      …The Board of Trustees of the Southern Federal Tax Institute invites all full-time tax professors to attend the Forty-Ninth Annual Institute (program) in Atlanta on October 20-24, 2014, as guests of the Trustees (the $995 registration fee will be waived). If you would like to attend, please email here…

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    • AALS 2015 Annual Meeting: Legal Education at the Crossroads

      …In the parable of the Delta blues player, the musician considers carefully his choice: to make his pact with the Devil and preserve his guitar greatness or to take the other path. He considers this fateful decision at the crossroads. We are at the crossroads. Our law schools face critical…

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    • Gender and Conference Questions

      … Like Elizabeth I attended Seattle University's fantastic Berle VI conference.  The quality of the talks was uniformly high, and the tone of the conference was one of engagement and dialogue, not ideology.  In short, it was a great conference. Unusually for me, I didn't present a paper, but was a mere participant (or, as I like to think…

      6 readers - Usha Rodrigues/ Conglomerate
    • University of Oxford 8th Annual Academic Tax Symposium

      …The Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation's 8th Annual Academic Tax Symposium concludes today with these speakers and papers: David Gamage (UC-Berkeley), On Double-distortion Arguments, Distribution Policy, and the Optimal Choice of Tax Instruments Discussant: Jacob Nussim (Bar-Ilan) Joerg Paetzold (Salzburg), Unwilling, Unable…

      4 readers - Paul Caron/ TaxProf Blog
    • University of Oxford 8th Annual Academic Tax Symposium

      …The Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation's 8th Annual Academic Tax Symposium continues today with these speakers and papers: Li Liu (Oxford), Small Business Incorporation and Investment: The Role of Corporation Tax (with Michael Devereux (Oxford)) Discussant: Tim Goodspeed (CUNY) Joana Naritomi (Harvard), Consumers as Tax Auditors…

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    • University of Oxford 8th Annual Academic Tax Symposium

      …The Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation's 8th Annual Academic Tax Symposium continues today with these speakers and papers: David Weisbach (Chicago), International Capital Taxation Discussant: Alan Auerbach (UC-Berkeley) Chris Sanchirico (Pennsylvania), As American as Apple Inc.: Tax and Ownership Nationality Discussant: Ilan Benshalom…

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    • University of Oxford 8th Annual Academic Tax Symposium

      …The Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation's 8th Annual Academic Tax Symposium kicks off today with these speakers and papers: Joel Slemrod (Michigan), Do the Laws of Tax Incidence Hold? Point of Collection and the Pass-through of State Diesel Taxes (with Wojciech Kopczuk (Columbia), Justin Marion (UC-Santa Cruz) & Erich…

      13 readers - Paul Caron/ TaxProf Blog
    • University of Oxford Hosts Conference Today on Tax Competition and BEPS

      …The Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation hosts a conference today on Tax Competition and BEPS. United States Tax Profs presenting papers include: Dhammika Dharmapala (Illinois), What is the Scale of Base Erosion and Profit Shifting? Alan Auerbacc (UC-Berkeley), Fundamental Issues in the Allocation of Profit Michael Graetz (Columbia), Prospects...…

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    • McGill Symposium: Tax Justice and Human Rights

      …The three-day Tax Justice & Human Rights Symposium at McGill concludes today with these papers as part of its Research Collaboration Symposium Part II: Panel #6: Reducing Inequality: Tax Avoidance and Capital Flight Ofer Sitbon (PhD Candidate, College of Law & Business, Tel Aviv), Moderator James Henry (Tax Justice Network…

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    • IRS-TPC Research Conference: Advancing Tax Administration

      …The IRS and Tax Policy Center are hosting a research conference today on Advancing Tax Administration with these presentations and papers (webcast): Opening Welcome: Eric Toder (Co-Director, Tax Policy Center), Rosemary Marcuss (Director, Office of Research, Analysis & Statistics, IRS) Opening Remarks: John Koskinen (Commissioner, IRS) Session #1: Taxpayer Compliance...…

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