Tuesday, June 7, 2016
American Enterprise Institute
1150 Seventeenth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
In 2017, Congress and a new president are likely to take another look at the US corporate income tax, which is widely agreed to be broken. What are the prospects for corporate tax reform? Is a new business tax model needed in today’s global economy? Should taxes on corporate income be collected from corporations, shareholders, or both? How does the international tax environment affect US tax reform efforts?
This half-day event, co-sponsored by the Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy and the American Enterprise Institute will bring together leading experts to discuss options for reforming the taxation of public firms.
Confirmed speakers include: David M. Schizer, Richman Center, Alan D. Viard, AEI, Christopher H. Hanna, Senate Finance Committee Staff; Southern Methodist University, Alan J. Auerbach, University of Cailfornia, Berkeley, R. Glenn Hubbard, Columbia Business School,Edward D. Kleinbard, University of Southern California, Rosanne Altshuler, Rutgers University, Harry Grubert, US Treasury Department and Daniel I. Halperin, Harvard University.
Attendance is free of charge. Advance registration is required. Breakfast and lunch will be served. If you are unable to attend, we welcome you to watch the event live. Full video will be posted within 24 hours.