Tax Law and Public Finance Workshop
Tuesdays 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
This workshop introduces students to current research in tax policy and gives them an opportunity to develop skills in reading and critiquing contemporary legal and economic scholarship.
Each week, the workshop hosts a tax scholar, public finance economist, or other expert presenting a working paper on issues of tax law, public finance, and related fields. The workshop is organized and led by Professors Emily Satterthwaite and Dayanand Manoli.
If you are planning on attending the workshop and are not a Georgetown University student or employee, please fill out our Visitor Registration Form prior to attending the workshop. Please note you will not be granted access to any building without completing the form.
Spring 2023 Schedule
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University of Chicago Law School
“Measurement and Mitigation of Racial Disparities in Tax Audits”
McGill University Faculty of Law
“Global Tax Reform and Mythical International Law”
University of Virginia School of Law
“Executive Compensation and Corporate Governance”
Internal Revenue Service
“Integrating Reward Maximization and Population Estimation: Sequential Decision-Making for Internal Revenue Service Audit Selection” (joint work with Peter Henderson, Ben Chugg, Brandon Anderson, Kristen Altenburger, Alex Turk, John Guyton, Jacob Goldin and Daniel E. Ho)
Amandeep S. Grewal
University of Iowa School of Law
“Billionaire Taxes and the Constitution”
University of Oklahoma School of Law
“Welfare v Wealthfare: The Illusion of Equity in Tax Policy”
University of California, Davis School of Law
“Internal Revenue’s External Borders“
U.S. Department of the Treasury
“Who’s on (the 1040) First? Determinants and Consequences of Spouses’ Name Order on Joint Returns”
“Funding High-Poverty School Districts: Federal Policy Tools and the Limits of Incentives”
The McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University
“Stalled Progress? Five Decades of Black-White and Rural-Urban Income Gaps.”
University of Nevada, Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law
“Not Taxing Puerto Rico? Whitewashing Impoverishment in U.S. vs Vaello Madero”