DATES: July 23, July 30, August 6
TIME: 1:00-2:00 EDT
Grace Perez-Navarro, OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration
Joanne Shelling, OECD Forum on Tax Administration
Julie Divola, ABA Tax Section
Yvette Lind, Copenhagen Business School
Elaine Maag, Tax Policy Center
Amy Matsui, National Women's Law Center
Nina Olson, Center for Taxpayer Rights
Miranda Fleischer, University of San Diego Law School
Alice Abreu, Temple Law School
Series Co-Sponsors: ABA Tax Section, ABA Civil Rights & Social Justice Section, ABA Foundation, American College of Tax Counsel, IFA USA, National Tax Association, and National Women’s Law Center
The series will start on July 23 with the pathbreaking work the OECD has been doing on tax and gender, developing the notion that gender blind is not gender neutral, featuring Grace Perez-Navarro, Deputy Director, OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration and Joanne Shelling, Senior Policy Advisor, OECD Forum on Tax Administration; moderated by Julie Divola, Chair-Elect of the ABA Tax Section.
It will continue on July 30 with a focus on the US pandemic effects which disproportionately affected women, featuring Yvette Lind, Assistant Professor, Copenhagen Business School, Elaine Maag, Principal Research Associate, Tax Policy Center, and Amy Matsui, Director, Income Security and Senior Counsel National Women's Law Center.
The series will conclude on August 6 with a discussion that looks to the future, examining how some of the pandemic responses provide a natural experiment in gender neutral distribution of benefits, which could pave the way for a serious discussion of a universal basic income (which is what the three pandemic-motivated stimulus payments provided); featuring Nina Olson, Director, Center for Taxpayer Rights and former National Taxpayer Advocate, and Miranda Fleischer, Professor of Law, University of San Diego Law School; moderated by Alice Abreu, Professor of Law, Temple Law School.