Professor Itai Grinberg’s research interests center on cross-border taxation, taxation and development, and U.S. tax policy. Professor Grinberg joined the faculty from the Office of International Tax Counsel at the Department of the Treasury. At Treasury, he represented the United States on tax matters in multilateral settings, negotiated tax treaties with foreign sovereigns, had responsibility for a wide-ranging group of cross-border tax regulations, and was involved in international tax legislative developments. Prior to joining Treasury, he practiced tax law at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, where he focused on a wide range of international tax controversy and planning matters. In 2005, Professor Grinberg served as Counsel to the President’s Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform, where he advised a bipartisan presidential commission that made sweeping proposals to restructure the U.S. tax code.

Professor Grinberg earned his B.A. from Amherst College and his J.D. from Yale Law School. Prior to law school, he worked as a development consultant in Central America and helped establish a consulting firm focused on creating greater prosperity in developing countries through good business strategy.  He is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations.


Contributions to Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals

Itai Grinberg, Design of Scope Limitations for OECD Pillar 1 Work, 98 Tax Notes Int’l 1221-1234 (2020).
Itai Grinberg, International Taxation in an Era of Digital Disruption: Analyzing the Current Debate, Taxes, Mar. 2019, at 85-118.
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Itai Grinberg, Stabilizing “Pillar One”: Corporate Profit Reallocation in an Uncertain Environment, 23 Fla. Tax Rev. 130-192 (2019).
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Selected Contributions to Other Publications

Itai Grinberg, International Taxation in an Era of Digital Disruption: Analyzing the Current Debate, Int’l Tax J., Mar.-Apr. 2019, at 39-71.

Book Chapters & Collected Works

Itai Grinberg, Formulating the International Tax Debate: Where Does Formulary Apportionment Fit?, in The Allocation of Multinational Business Income: Reassessing the Formula Apportionment Option 277-296 (Richard Krever & François Vaillancourt eds., Alphen aan den Rijn, Neth.: Kluwer Law International 2020).
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