November 14 – 16, 2024
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance
The 117th Annual Conference on Taxation Call for Papers will open soon! Take a look at the topic areas and begin gathering your submission details!
2024 Annual Conference on Taxation Topic Areas
|Behavioral Public Finance
|Consumption & Commodity Taxation
|Corporate & Business Taxation
|Fiscal Federalism/Local Tax Competition
|Individual Taxation & Labor Supply
|Inequality & the Macroeconomy/Fiscal Policy
|Public Finance in Developing Countries
|Retirement & Savings
|State & Local: Property Tax & Education
|Tax Enforcement & Evasion
|Taxes and the Family/Children
|The Social Safety Net
|Graduate Research Forum
Helpful Tips To Ensure A Smooth Submission Process
- Gather all the details for your submission (presenting author details, abstract)
- New this year, everyone must create a new profile. Start gathering your author contact and affiliation details.
- The system will request 2 email addresses: your primary email and a secondary email address. This will ensure system generated emails will reach you and not get caught in spam filters!
- If submitting a complete session, have the contact details for the presenting author for each paper you are submitting. If not, each presenting author will receive an email asking them to submit the paper details.
- Complete sessions include 4 individual papers.
- Please note that complete session submissions are mere suggestions of groupings. The conference committee reserves the right to consider and accept individual papers from a complete session rather than accepting the complete session.
- Panel sessions will be in roundtable format, just speakers, no papers.
- For law related topics, submit to the topic area your work best fits. You will be asked during the submission process if your work is Law Related. If yes, click the designated box on the submission form.
- Don’t want to present your work? Consider volunteering to be a session chair or discussant and join your colleagues in Detroit!
- Also, new this year, both the Next Generation Session and the Graduate Research Forum submissions will close at the same time as the general call for papers.
- The NTA Next Generation Session consists entirely of graduate student papers.
- The Graduate Student Research Forum is a poster session that allows students to present their research one-on-one and in a small group setting.
- The conference will be held at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center in Detroit, MI. The hotel reservation link will be posted in early August.
Jennifer Blouin, President, National Tax Association
William C. Boning, U.S. Department of the Treasury
Sebastien Bradley, Drexel University
Please direct any questions about the Annual Conference to the program chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking forward to receiving your submissions for the Annual Conference!