Fall 2013

Loyola Law School's Tax Policy Colloquium meets on Mondays during the Fall semester 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.





8/19 Yair Listokin,
Ready Benefits Joseph Bankman,
9/16 Donald Tobin,
Ohio State University
Politics, tax-exempt entities, the Internal Revenue Service, and a Crisis of Confidence:  A New Regulatory Approach for a New Era Ellen Aprill, Loyola-LA & Jessica Levinson, Loyola-LA
9/23 Leigh Osofsky,
University of Miami
Beyond "Worst-First" Enforcement, Toward Better First Solutions Jonathan Kalinski, IRS
9/30 Jason Oh,
The Pivotal Politics of Temporary Tax Legislation Katherine Pratt, Loyola-LA
10/14 Kerry Ryan,
Saint Louis University
EITC as Income (In)stability? Edward McCaffery, USC & Hilary Hoynes, UC Berkeley (Economics & Public Policy)
10/21 Omri Marian,
University of Florida
Are Cryptocurrencies Super Tax Havens? Victor Fleischer, San Diego
10/28 Gerrit De Geest, Washington University St. Louis Removing Rents: Why the Legal System is Superior to the Income Tax at Reducing Income Inequality Theodore Seto, Loyola-LA
11/4 Tracey Roberts,
University of Seattle
Building a Better Tax Subsidy for the Renewable Energy Industry J.R. DeShazo, UCLA (Public Policy)
11/11 Susannah Tahk,
University of Wisconsin
Taxing With Purpose Lee Epstein, USC
11/18 Brian Sawers,
Ohio State University
Poll Taxes and Labor Control in the Postbellum South Elliot Brownlee, UC Santa Barbara (History)