Economic and Behavioral Dimensions of Tax Compliance

Le Meridien New Orleans
333 Poydras Street
Sponsored by:
Center for Public Policy Research
Tulane Department of Economics

Event Description

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This one-day conference will feature presentations from experts on economic and behavioral dimensions of tax compliance from across the globe, including Sebastian Beer of the IMF, James Prieger of Pepperdine, Anh Pham of George Mason, Nikolaos Artavanis of UMass Amherst, Nina Olson from the Center for Taxpayer Rights, Alan Plumley of the IRS, economics and statistics consultant Brian Erard, and Erich Kirchler of the University of Vienna.  

James Alm and Matthias Kasper, of The Murphy Institute and Tulane's Economics department, are the hosts of the conference; various other experts from Tulane will serve as discussants.

Admission Information

By Invitation Only