Posts Tagged ‘Joel Slemrod’

What to Read While Hanging Out at the Fiscal Cliff

While you are waiting for Congress and President Obama to decide what they are going to do about the fiscal mess, here an idea: Pick up a copy of Taxes in America: What Everyone Needs to Know,  (Oxford University Press, 2013) a valuable new primer on the nation’s wild and crazy revenue system by Len Burman […]

The Simpsons for Tax Wonks: The NTA Honors Joel Slemrod

Congratulations to University of Michigan tax economist Joel Slemrod for winning the National Tax Association’s Daniel M. Holland Medal for outstanding contributions to the study and practice of public finance. Joel, who is a member of the Tax Policy Center’s advisory board, is a terrific researcher and teacher. He’s been a great help to me […]