Tax Policy Colloquium: Sagit Leviner


Chancellor Day Hall NCDH 203, 3644 rue Peel, Montreal, QC, H3A 1W9, CA

The Stikeman Chair in Tax Law is holding its fourth annual Tax Policy Colloquium as part of its PUB2 515 Tax Policy class. The Colloquium features distinguished visiting academics and offers a forum for students, professors, and local practitioners to discuss issues of tax policy and theory, along with related issues of economics and social justice. Members of the public are welcome (please note that the colloquium takes place in a classroom setting).

This week, the Colloquium welcomes Sagit Leviner (SUNY Buffalo Law School & Ono Academic College Faculty of Law)

Professor Leviner is on faculty at SUNY Buffalo Law School and is also affiliated with Ono Academic College Faculty of Law in Israel. Her research explores the coming together of normative and pragmatic aspects of tax policy design, particularly with respect to tax enforcement, behavioral attributes of taxation, and the tax burden distribution.