Tax Policy Colloquium

The Tax Policy Colloquium at LMU Loyola Law School in Los Angeles convenes the brightest minds in the subject area for regular discussions on emerging issues. Faculty members from other law schools are welcome. Fall 2022 sessions will be via Zoom and will run from 12-2 p.m. Pacific Time. RSVP links will posted as they become available.  

 

Fall 2022 Schedule

Date

Speaker(s)

Title

Commentator(s)

Sept. 12

RSVP 

 Adriana Lleras-Muney 200x200

Adriana Lleras-Muney 
UCLA 

Children and the US Social Safety Net: Balancing Disincentives for Adults and Benefits for Children

 Jacob Goldin 200x200

Jacob Goldin
University of Chicago Law School

 

Sept. 19

RSVP 

 Kathleen Thomas 200x200

Kathleen Thomas
University of North Carolina School of Law

Fake News and the Tax Law

 

 Clinton G. Wallace 200x200

Clinton G. Wallace 
University of South Carolina School of Law

Sept. 26

RSVP 

 Jose Pedro Bastos Neves 200x200

Jose Pedro Bastos Neves
The New School for Social Research Department of Economics

 Willi Semmler 200x200

Willi Semmler
The New School for Social Research Department of Economics

A Proposal for a Carbon Wealth Tax: Modelling, Empirics, and Policy

 

 David Gamage 200x200

David Gamage
Indiana University Maurer School of Law

 Shi-Ling Hsu 200x200

Shi-Ling Hsu
Florida State University College of Law

Oct. 3

RSVP 

 Reuven Avi Yonah

Reuven S. Avi-Yonah 
University of Michigan Law School

A New Framework for Taxing Cryptocurrencies

 

 Omri Marian 200x200

Omri Marian
University of California, Irvine School of Law 

Oct. 17

RSVP 

 Mitchell Kane 200x200

Mitchell Kane 
NYU Law

 Adam Kern 200x200

Adam Kern  

The Use and Abuse of Location-Specific Rents

 

 Amanda Parsons

Amanda Parsons
University of Colorado Law School

Oct. 24

RSVP 

 Nyamagaga Gondwe 200x200

Nyamagaga Gondwe  
University of Wisconsin Law

The Black Tax: How the Charitable Contribution Subsidy Reinforces Black Poverty

 

 Miranda Fleischer

Miranda Fleischer  
USD Law

 Ellen Aprill 200x200

Ellen Aprill
LMU Loyola Law School

Oct. 31

RSVP 

 Eleanor Wilking

Eleanor Wilking
Cornell Law School

Why Does it Matter Who Remits? Evidence from a Natural Experiment Involving Airbnb and Hotel Taxes

 Rita de la Feria 2022

Rita de la Feria
University of Leeds

 

Nov. 7

RSVP 

 Tsilly Dagan 200x200

Tsilly Dagan 
Oxford Law School

Unbundling Tax Sovereignty: Refining the Challenges

 Kimberly Clausing 2022 200x200

Kim Clausing  
UCLA Law

 

Nov. 14

RSVP 

 Michael Doran 200x200

Michael Doran
University of Virginia School of Law

The Great American Retirement Fraud

 Gary Koenig 200x200

Gary Koenig
AARP

Gal Wettstein 200x200

Gal Wettstein
Boston College Center for Retirement Research