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IRS Research Conference

2006 IRS Research Conference

June 14–15

Washington, D.C.

This section contains selected papers and other materials produced by IRS employees and others for the 2006 IRS Research Conference that was held on June 14–15, 2006, in Washington, DC. These materials are included in the proceedings of the conference—The IRS Research Bulletin: Recent Research on Tax Administration and Compliance, Publication 1500. Each item is appropriately identified below.

The views expressed in these materials are those of the authors and are not necessarily the official positions of the Internal Revenue Service.

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All research papers are available as PDF files. A free Adobe Acrobat reader is available for download, if needed.


2006 IRS Research Conference BulletinPDF

Foreword, Acknowledgments, and Table of ContentsPDF

Conference ProgramPDF

Conference Attendee ListPDF

Corporate tax administration and compliance

Is the Tax Expense Estimate Improved or Biased in the Presence of Using the Same Tax and Audit Firm?PDF
Cristi A. Gleason, University of Iowa, and Lillian F. Mills, University of Texas

A First Look at the 2004 Schedule M–3 Reporting by Large CorporationsPDF
Charles Boynton and Ellen Legel, Internal Revenue Service; and Portia DeFilippes, Office of Tax Analysis

Individual compliance analysis and modeling

Understanding Taxpayer Behavior and Assessing Potential IRS Interventions Using Multiagent Dynamic-Network SimulationPDF
Kathleen M. Carley, Carnegie Mellon University; and Daniel T. Maxwell, Innovative Decisions, Inc.

Longitudinal Study of EITC ClaimantsPDF
Karen Masken, IRS, Statistics of Income

Uses of tax data

Calibrating Macroeconomic and Microsimulation Models to CBO's Baseline ProjectionsPDF
Tracy L. Foertsch and Ralph A. Rector, The Heritage Foundation

Tax Variable Imputation in the Current Population SurveyPDF
Amy O’Hara, U.S. Census Bureau

The role of third parties in tax administration and compliance

Instance-Based Classifiers for Tax Agent ModellingPDF
Fuchun Luan and Warwick Graco, Australian Taxation Office; and Mark Norrie, YiSi Technologies, Canberra, Australia

Tax Filing Experiences and Withholding Preferences of Low- and Moderate-Income Households: Preliminary Evidence from a New SurveyPDF
Michael S. Barr, Detroit Area Household Financial Services Study, Survey Research Center, University of Michigan (2005); Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School and senior fellow, the Brookings Institution; and Jane K. Dokko, Economist, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

New approaches to compliance and administration

The Effect of Targeted Outreach on CompliancePDF
Peter D. Adelsheim and James L. Zanetti, IRS, Small Business/Self-Employed

A New Era of Tax Enforcement: From "Big Stick" to Reponsive RegulationPDF
Sagit Leviner, Doctor of the Science of Law (S.J.D.) Candidate, University of Michigan Law School; Master of Laws (LL.M.), University of Michigan Law School; Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), University of Haifa Law School


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