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 and are encouraged to use the RSVP links below to register. All sessions run from 12-2 p.m. PT.

Fall 2020 Schedule

Date

Speaker

Title

Commentator(s)

Sept. 14

RSVP 

Allison Christians

Allison Christians 
McGill University

 Tarcisio Diniz Magalhaes

Tarcísio Diniz Magalhães
McGill University

The Rise of Cooperative Surplus Taxation

Ruth Mason

Ruth Mason
University of Virginia School of Law

 

Sept. 21

RSVP 

Jane Gravelle

Jane Gravelle
CRS

Sharing the Wealth: How to Tax the Rich

 

David Gamage

David Gamage
Indiana Bloomington

Oct. 5

RSVP 

Rita de la Feria

Rita de la Feria
University of Leeds

The Impact of Public Perceptions on Consumption Taxes Rates

 

Ed McCaffery

Ed McCaffery
USC

Oct. 12

RSVP 

Darien Shanske

Darien Shanske
UC Davis

States Should Borrow Rather than Make Brutal Cuts During a Recession and Pandemic

 

Tracy Gordon

Tracy Gordon
Urban Institute 

Oct. 19

RSVP 

Dhammika Dharmapala

Dhammika Dharmapala
University of Chicago

Do Multinational Firms use Tax Havens to the Detriment of Other Countries?

 

Robert J Peroni

Robert J Peroni
The University of Texas at Austin School of Law

Oct. 26

RSVP 

Jeremy Bearer Friend

Jeremy Bearer-Friend
George Washington

In-Kind Taxpaying: Lessons and Risks

 

Kathleen Delaney Thomas

Kathleen Delaney Thomas
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Nov. 2

RSVP 

Damon Jones

Damon Jones
Chicago (Public Policy) 

Left-Bunching at Kinks: Evidence and Implications

Jacob Goldin

Jacob Goldin
Stanford

Arthur Seibold

Arthur Seibold
University of Mannheim 

Nov. 9

RSVP 

Brian Galle

Brian Galle
Georgetown

How to Save Unemployment Insurance

 TBA

Nov. 16

RSVP 

Juan Carlos Suarez Serrato

Juan Carlos Suarez Serrato
Duke (Econ)

Do Corporate Tax Cuts Increase Income Inequality?

Kimberly Clausing

Kim Clausing
UCLA