2009 IRS Research Conference
The 2009 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 2009 Conference was held July 8 and 9 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.
Staff Director & Chief Economist
Federal Economic Recovery Advisory Board
Papers and Presentations
A Panel Analysis of Behavior Change in Individual Income Tax Compliance
Attah K. Boame, Canada Revenue Agency
Taxpayer Response to the Recent "Flat Tax" U.K. Capital Gains Tax (CGT) Reform and the Implication for Tax Law Simplification
Peter Jelfs, Mazars LLP, and Andrew Lymer, University of Birmingham
Does FIN 48 Benefit the Tax Authorities through an Increase in Taxpayer Compliance?
Akinori Tomohara, Aoyama Gakuin University; Ho Jin Lee, Internal Revenue Service; and Sangjik Lee, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Analyzing the Enhanced Relationship Between Corporate Taxpayers and Revenue Authorities: A U.K. Case Study
Judith Freedman, Oxford University Law Faculty and Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation; Geoffrey Loomer, Dalhousie University Law School and Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation; and John Vella, Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation
Earned Income Tax Credit Participation Rate for Tax Year 2005
Dean Plueger, Internal Revenue Service
The Pattern of EITC Claims Over Time: A Panel Data Analysis
Deena Ackerman, Department of the Treasury; Janet Holtzblatt, Congressional Budget Office; and Karen Masken, Internal Revenue Service
A Tax Education and Asset Building Campaign for Low-Income and Limited-English Worker Populations: Lessons from Four States, TY 2004–TY 2007
Bárbara J. Robles, Arizona State University
Getting to Know U.S. Taxpayers: Selected Tax Data by Occupation and Industry, Tax Year 2005
Terry Nuriddin, Mary Jezek, and Mario Fernandez, Internal Revenue Service
The Income-Wealth Paradox: Connections Between Realized Income and Wealth Among America’s Aging Top Wealth-Holders
Barry Johnson, Internal Revenue Service; Kevin Moore, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System; and Lisa Schreiber, Internal Revenue Service
Overcoming Overdisclosure: Toward Tax Shelter Detection
Joshua D. Blank, Rutgers School of Law-Newark
Graph Query: A Tool To Detect Patterns of Abusive Tax Transactions
Rahul Tikekar, Kay Wolman, and Larry May, Internal Revenue Service
Taxpayer Value Model (TVM): What is it?
Ben Shackleford, Internal Revenue Service, and Pete Webb, Pacific Consulting Group
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