Fall 2010

Loyola Law School’s Tax Policy Colloquium meets on Mondays from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. in Room G-202 (Girardi Advocacy Center, second floor, Courtroom of the '90s). Faculty members from other law schools are welcome. Lunch is provided. RSVP to Bridget Klink at 213.736.1407 or Bridget.Klink@lls.edu.





8/30 Jonathan Forman, University of Oklahoma Using Refundable Tax Credits to Help Low-income Taxpayers: What Do We Know and What Can We Learn From Other Countries? Kirk Stark, UCLA
9/13 Stephanie McMahon, University of Cincinnati London Calling: Does the U.K.'s Experience with Individual Taxation Clash with the U.S.'s Expectation? Lily Kahng, Seattle University
9/20 David Gamage, UC Berkeley On Tax Salience: Market-Salience and Political-Salience Sarah Lawsky, UC Irvine
9/27 Amy Monahan, University of Minnesota The Complex Relationship between Taxes and Health Samuel Sessions, UCLA Medicine
 10/4 Linda Sugin, Fordham University What's the New Normal in Tax Expenditure Analysis? Edward Kleinbard, USC
 10/11 Leandra Lederman, Indiana University, Bloomington IRS Opportunism: What Respect Should Courts Accord Rulings and Regulations Issued During Litigation? Ellen Aprill, Loyola-LA
 10/18 Roland Sturm, RAND Corp Soda Taxes, Soft Drink Consumption, and Children's Body Mass Index Katherine Pratt, Loyola-LA
 10/25 Matthew Adler, University of Pennsylvania Well-Being and Interpersonal Comparisons, from Well-Being
and Fair Distribution: A Framework for Policy Analysis
Richard Arneson
UC San Diego (Philosophy)
 11/1 David Weisbach,
University of Chicago
The Regulation of Tax Advisors Nathan Hochman
Bingham McCutchen
& Michael Guttentag
 11/15 Kory Kroft, Yale (Management) Salience and Taxation: Theory and Evidence Edward McCaffery, USC