Levin College of Law

UF Law’s Critical Tax Conference 2020

Professor Neil H. Buchanan, James J. Freeland Eminent Scholar Chair in Taxation and UF Law’s Director of Global Scholarly Initiatives, hosted a Critical Tax Conference welcoming scholars from across the country. The recorded panels can be viewed below.

Schedule:

Neil H. Buchanan, University of Florida, “Efficiency is an Incoherent Concept”
Jonathan Choi, University of Minnesota, “An Empirical Study of Statutory Interpretation in Tax Law”
Charlotte Crane, Northwestern University, “Is There a Federal Common Law of Tax? The Supreme Court’s Decision in Rodriguez v. FDIC”
David Elkins, Netanya College School of Law, ‘The Right and the Good: The Rhetoric of International Taxation”
Leandra Lederman, Indiana University-Bloomington, “The Fraud Triangle and Tax Evasion”
Henry Ordower, Saint Louis University, “Capital, an Elusive Tax Object and Impediment to Sustainable Taxation”
Orli Oren-Kolbinger, Villanova University, “The Error Cost of Marriage”
Dan Shaviro, New York University, “What Are Minimum Taxes, and Why Might One Favor or Disfavor Them?”
Nancy Shurtz, University of Oregon, “Tax-Base Bias and Gender Inequality”
Carla Spivack, Oklahoma City University, “Families, Taxes and Tolstoy”
Phyllis Taite, Florida A&M University, “Making Tax Policy Great Again: America, You’ve Been Trumped”

Neil H. Buchanan, University of Florida, “Efficiency is an Incoherent Concept”

Jonathan Choi, University of Minnesota, “An Empirical Study of Statutory Interpretation in Tax Law”

Charlotte Crane, Northwestern University, “Is There a Federal Common Law of Tax? The Supreme Court’s Decision in Rodriguez v. FDIC”

David Elkins, Netanya College School of Law, ‘The Right and the Good: The Rhetoric of International Taxation”

Leandra Lederman, Indiana University-Bloomington, “The Fraud Triangle and Tax Evasion”

Henry Ordower, Saint Louis University, “Capital, an Elusive Tax Object and Impediment to Sustainable Taxation”

Orli Oren-Kolbinger, Villanova University, “The Error Cost of Marriage”

Dan Shaviro, New York University, “What Are Minimum Taxes, and Why Might One Favor or Disfavor Them?”

Nancy Shurtz, University of Oregon, “Tax-Base Bias and Gender Inequality”

Carla Spivack, Oklahoma City University, “Families, Taxes and Tolstoy”

Phyllis Taite, Florida A&M University, “Making Tax Policy Great Again: America, You’ve Been Trumped”