International Aspects of Taxation

Thu, 6/22: 10:00 AM  - 11:45 AM 
5319 
Paper Session 
Thursday Session 2 
Sheraton Maria Isabel 
Room: Constitucion B (2nd Floor) 
The papers on this panel think through the special complexities introduced by taxing income, transactions, and taxpayers in an international setting, including issues of competitiveness, residency, and legitimacy.

Chair/Discussant

Heather Field, UC Hastings College of the Law  - Contact Me

CRN

31

Primary Keyword

Taxation, Social Security, Fiscal Policies

Presentations

Competitiveness as a Rationale for International Tax Reform

Presenter

Sloan Speck, University of Colorado Law School  - Contact Me

Is the Expatriation Tax Constitutional? Deferrals, Mark to Market and the Macomber Conundrum

Presenter

Henry Ordower, Saint Louis University School of Law  - Contact Me

Legitimacy and the End of International Tax Cooperation’s Golden Age

Presenter

Steven Dean, Brooklyn Law School  - Contact Me

The Anomaly of Corporate Tax Residence

Presenter

David Elkins, Netanya College School of Law  - Contact Me

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