Category: Event

51st Aunnual Spring Symposium Keynote Speakers

Kimberly Clausing Kimberly Clausing is currently the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Tax Analysis in the Office of Tax Policy at the United States Department of the Treasury. Dr. Clausing is on leave from the UCLA School of Law where she is the Eric M. Zolt Professor of Tax Law and Policy.  At Treasury, Dr. Clausing… Read more »

51st Spring Symposium Sponsors

We deeply appreciate our symposium sponsors. As we add sponsors for the symposium, we will include their logos below. Platinum Level   Gold Level Silver Level Bronze Level Contributor Level

51st Virtual Annual Spring Symposium Sponsorship Levels

The 51st Virtual Annual Spring Symposium will be held May 13-14, 2021 online on Zoom. Please find below the sponsorship packages for the 51st Annual Virtual Spring Symposium.  Sponsorship Opportunities and Benefits PLATINUM $5,000 Five complimentary registrations to the conference Recognition as a platinum sponsor on the NTA website Recognition as a platinum sponsor in… Read more »

NTA Virtual 51st Annual Spring Symposium Registration

May 13 – 14 |   Virtual Symposium | Zoom Register for the 51st NTA Spring Symposium   Registration Rates Member: $50 Non-member: $100 Student member: $25 For group registrations please contact: nta@ntanet.org 

51st Annual (Virtual) Spring Symposium Program In Association with the American Tax Policy Institute (ATPI)

TAX POLICY FOR AN INCLUSIVE POST-PANDEMIC RECOVERY Conference Organizers: Dayanand Manoli (Georgetown University), Elena Patel (University of Utah) Thursday, May 13, 2021 9:00 – 9:10 AM  WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION James Alm, President, National Tax Association 9:10 – 10:20 AM  RACIAL EQUITY AND TAXES (Panel) Organizers: Dayanand Manoli, Georgetown University, Elena Patel, University of Utah Moderator:… Read more »

51st Annual Spring Symposium, 2021

The National Tax Association presents Tax Policy for an Inclusive Post-Pandemic Recovery  May 13-14, 2021 Virtually on Zoom Policies that foster inclusivity bring new ideas and drive economic growth. The 2021 National Tax Association Spring Symposium will bring together a diverse set of perspectives to discuss fiscal policy for an inclusive, post-pandemic recovery. The conference… Read more »

114th Annual Conference Call for Papers

November 18-20, 2021 Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center Detroit, Michigan We are planning to hold the 114th Annual Conference in person should health guidelines permit.  The NTA staff will continually monitor the health and government mandates and will abide by their recommendations regarding in-person events. The 114th Annual Conference on Taxation will cover a… Read more »

113th Annual Conference Sponsors

We deeply appreciate our conference sponsors. As we add sponsors for the conference, we will include their logos below. Platinum Level Gold Level                Silver Level                                            Bronze Level    … Read more »

113th Annual Conference: Students on the Market

Below are a list of graduate students that are on the market and will be at the conference virtually in November. Potential employers should reach out directly to the students below to connect. See you online! Ali Abbas, Cornell University, aa2378@cornell.edu, Primary Area of Study: Economics, Website  Cassiano Breno Machado Alves, Northwestern University, cassianoalves@u.northwestern.edu, Primary… Read more »

113th Annual Conference on Taxation, 2020

Tax Policy in Interesting Times The 113th Annual conference on Taxation was held via Zoom Wednesday, November 18 through Friday, November 20. The short course was held on Saturday, November 21. This year’s Annual Conference covered a broad range of topics including, but not limited to, taxation and tax policies; expenditure policies; government budgeting; intergovernmental… Read more »