By: Leandra Lederman
As I posted previously, this summer, Dr. Leopoldo Parada from the University of Leeds School of Law and I (with the support of the Indiana University Maurer School of Law) will co-host the new Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series. It will meet online via Zoom on Thursdays from 10:30am-noon Eastern time (3:30-5pm British Summer Time). If you are interested in cutting-edge tax issues, we hope you will consider attending!
We received many terrific submissions in response to the Call for Papers. As stated there, we prioritized tax topics that would be of interest to scholars in multiple countries. We are very fortunate to have Professor Ruth Mason from the University of Virginia kicking off what promises to be an outstanding series! The following is the full list of speakers and the papers they’ll be presenting:
|May 21||Ruth Mason, University of Virginia||The Transformation of International Tax|
|May 28||Stephen Daly, King’s College London||Trust, Tax Administration and State Aid|
|June 4||Ana Paula Dourado, University of Lisbon||A Roadmap on Digital Tax Issues|
|June 11||James Repetti, Boston College||The Appropriate Roles for Equity and Efficiency in a Progressive Income Tax|
|June 18||Allison Christians, McGill University||Accurately Counting Value in the International Tax System|
|June 25||Umut Turksen, Coventry University||The Role of Human Factors in Tax Compliance and Countering Tax Crimes|
|July 2||Diane Ring & Shuyi Oei, Boston College||Regulating in Pandemic: Evaluating Economic and Financial Policy Responses to the Coronavirus Crisis|
|July 9||Joshua Blank, University of California, Irvine||Automated Legal Guidance|
|July 16||Michael Deveraux, University of Oxford||The OECD GloBE Proposal|
|July 23||Susan Morse, University of Texas||Modern Custom in Tax|
|July 30||Ricardo García Antón, Tilburg University||Enhancing the Group Interest in Transfer Pricing Analysis|
|Aug. 6||Steven Dean, New York University||A Constitutional Moment in Cross-Border Taxation|
|Aug. 13||Monica Victor, University of Florida||The Taxman’s Guide to the Galaxy: Allocating Taxing Rights in the Space-based Economy|
The format will involve 20 minutes for scripted remarks, followed by questions and discussion. A draft paper will be distributed to attendees approximately a week in advance of each talk.
The Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series is open to attendance by interested faculty, tax experts, and students. If you do not have the link to access the sessions on Zoom, please email Dr. Leopoldo Parada or me; our email addresses are provided below.
Students and other attendees who would like to list on their c.v. that they “participated in the 2020 Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series” should do the following:
- Send a resume in advance to email@example.com and L.Parada@leeds.ac.uk, ideally in advance of the first session on May 21, 2020.
- Attend at least 9 of the scheduled sessions.
- Type in the Chat window of the Zoom session of each session you attend a brief introduction containing your name, school or other institution, location, and degree candidacy or job title.