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2008 IRS Research Conference
June 11–12
Washington, D.C.


The 2008 IRS Research Conference highlighted research on tax compliance and administration, and facilitated dialogue among IRS researchers, IRS and state tax administrators, tax experts from other countries, academic researchers, Federal agencies, and private sector experts.

The 2008 Conference was held June 11 and 12 at the Hart Auditorium of the Georgetown University Law Center. Hart Auditorium is located in McDonough Hall, at 600 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington D.C.


 

Keynote Address

Doug Shulman
Commissioner
Internal Revenue Service

 

 

2008 IRS Research Bulletin

Conference Program

List of Attendees

Estimating Individual Income Tax Noncompliance

Moderator: Javier Framinan, Wage and Investment Division, Internal Revenue Service

Demographic and Noncompliance Study of the Advance EITC
Joanna Stamatiades and James Cook, Government Accountability Office; and Eric Larsen, Wage and Investment Division, Internal Revenue Service

Changing Patterns of Noncompliance Among Sole Proprietors: 1988–2001
Katie Fox, Janice Hu, and Peter Adelsheim, Small Business/Self-Employed Division, Internal Revenue Service

You Earn How Much! An Investigation of Self-Reported Income Versus Administrative Income Data
Valmai Copeland, New Zealand Inland Revenue

Discussant Comments for the 2008 IRS Research Workshop
John Karl Scholz, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Administering the Corporation Income Tax in the 21st Century

Moderator: Don McPartland, Large and Mid-Size Business Division, Internal Revenue Service

Summary of Repatriated Dividend Study
Melissa Redmiles, Research, Analysis, and Statistics, Internal Revenue Service

FIN 48 and Tax Compliance
Lillian Mills, University of Texas at Austin; and Leslie Robinson and Richard Sansing, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College

Electronic Tax Return Filing, Enterprise Data Structures and Tax Compliance
Risk Assessment

Charles Boynton and William Trautman, Large and Mid-Size Business Division, Internal Revenue Service; and Petro Lisowsky, Boston University

Discussant Comments
George Plesko, University of Connecticut, School of Business

SOI: 90 Years of Tax Statistics
Moderator: Martha Eller Gangi, Research, Analysis, and Statistics, Internal Revenue Service
Presenter: Barry W. Johnson, Research, Analysis, and Statistics, Internal Revenue Service


Discussant Comments
Michael Udell, Joint Committee on Taxation

Innovative Approaches to Improving Tax Compliance

Moderator: Julie Buckel, Small Business and Self-Employed Division, Internal Revenue Service

Beyond Deterrence: Targeting Tax Enforcement with a Penalty Default
Alex Raskolnikov, Columbia University, Columbia Law School

Does Threatening ‘Prospective Retrospection’ of Anti-Avoidance Measures Work in Deterring Tax Avoidance on Employee Remuneration?
Alice Dwyer, Nick Catton, and Antony Long, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs

Encouraging Participation in Tax Filing
James Alm, Georgia State University; Michael Jones, Bridgewater State College; and Michael McKee, Appalachian State University

Discussant: Jane Gravelle, Congressional Research Service

Harnessing Technology to Improve Tax Administration

Moderator: Tom Beers, National Taxpayer Advocate, Internal Revenue Service

Management of Corporate Tax Data in a Digital Age
Kithsiri L. De Silva, New Zealand Inland Revenue

Developing a Filter to Protect Low Income Taxpayers from Systemic Levies Issued Through the Federal Payment Levy Program
Jeff Wilson, National Taxpayer Advocate, Internal Revenue Service

Lessons Learned from IRS Free Filers: Capturing Young Taxpayers for a Lifetime of Electronic Filing
David Cico and Courtney Howard Olson, Wage and Investment Division, Internal Revenue Service

Discussant Comments
Janet McCubbin, AARP Public Policy Institute

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