Federalism and Tax Expenditures
On November 10, Professor Ruth Mason will present "Federalism and Tax Expenditures" at the James Hausman Tax Law and Policy Workshop at the University of Toronto School of Law.
Professor Mason's research focuses on taxation in the United States and the European Union. Professor Mason has taught U.S. and European Community taxation in Austria and the Netherlands and in Fall 2008 she was a visiting professor at the Universitié Paris 1 (Panthéon Sorbonne). Professor Mason is a member of the International Fiscal Association (IFA), and she served as U.S. National Reporter for the 2008 IFA Congress on tax discrimination. Each year, she moderates the University of Connecticut Tax Lecture Series.
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