Thursday, September 26, 2013 | 12:30 PM – 1:50 PM
Furman Hall, Classroom 210 map
Tax policy affects development, but it has long been a neglected area for discussion and research, leaving countries largely caught between two sides. Some advocate policies that promote growth at all costs; others emphasize fair distribution of economic rewards. This event will focus on the people, institutions and incentives driving tax policy across Africa.
- Michael Lennard
- Chief, International Tax Cooperation Section, Financing for Development Office of the United Nations
- Judge Dennis Davis
- Visiting Professor at NYU Law
- Member, Commission of Enquiry into Tax Structure of South Africa
- Mitchell Kane
- Gerald L. Wallace Professor of Taxation, NYU Law
Lunch will be served.
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