March 18, 2015
Tulane Law Professor Shu-Yi Oei, the Hoffman F. Fuller Associate Professor of Tax Law, co-founded the Tax Roundtable.
Tulane Law School is hosting the annual Tulane Tax Roundtable March 20, with scholars from across the United States exploring topics including crowdfunding, the success of food stamps, the economics of in-kind payments and fiscal activism.
Economics Professor Steve Sheffrin, director of the Murphy Institute and an affiliated law faculty member, co-founded the Tax Roundtable.
The roundtable, started in 2011, is jointly sponsored by Tulane’s Murphy Institute and Tulane Law School. It was co-founded by Law Professor Shu-Yi Oei, the Hoffman F. Fuller Associate Professor of Tax Law, and Economics Professor Steve Sheffrin, director of the Murphy Institute and an affiliated member of the law faculty.
The workshop showcases the drafts and works-in-progress of its participants and provides an opportunity for others in the tax law field to critique the papers. This year's presenters include Tulane economists and law professors from Brooklyn, Columbia, Alabama, UCLA, the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Virginia.
Sessions, which start at 8:45 a.m. in Weinmann Hall Room 202, are open. But those interested in attending should contact Tulane Law Professor Shu-Yi Oei, email@example.com.
See the full schedule.