Baker Institute 20th Anniversary Program -- Tax Policy and the Economy

Rice University"s Baker Institute is celebrating its 20th year with a special series of events that highlight its programs and research. At this event, John Diamond and George Zodrow will discuss the economic effects and importance of tax reform in light of the fiscal challenges facing the U.S. They will also explore critical issues in designing corporate and individual tax reform plans.

Speaker John W. Diamond
John W. Diamond, Ph.D., is the Edward A. and Hermena Hancock Kelly Fellow in Public Finance at the Baker Institute, an adjunct professor of economics at Rice University and CEO of Tax Policy Advisers, LLC. His research interests are federal tax and expenditure policy, state and local public finance, and ...

John W. Diamond, Ph.D., is the Edward A. and Hermena Hancock Kelly Fellow in Public Finance at the Baker Institute, an adjunct professor of economics at Rice University and CEO of Tax Policy Advisers, LLC. His research interests are federal tax and expenditure policy, state and local public finance, and the construction and simulation of computable general equilibrium models. His current research focuses on the economic effects of corporate tax reform, the economic and distributional effects of fundamental tax reform, individual portfolio allocation in the 2000s, and various other tax policy issues. He is co-editor of “Fundamental Tax Reform: Issues, Choices and Implications” (The MIT Press, 2008). Diamond is the forum editor for the National Tax Journal and has served on the Joint Committee on Taxation, United States Congress (2000-2004). He has also served as a consultant on the efficacy of structural adjustment programs to the World Bank. He received his Ph.D. in economics from Rice University in 2000.



John W. Diamond

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When?

Wed, Sept. 25, 2013
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
(GMT-0500) America/Chicago

Where?

Kelly International Conference Facility, James A. Baker III Hall