There is growing interest in the issue of corporate tax reform as a way to boost economic growth and U.S. international competitiveness. While any comprehensive tax reform involves a multitude of issues, one important issue is the extent to which a reformed tax code should include, or even stress, specific incentives to shape corporate behavior. Please join the Tax Policy Center, the Information Technology and Innovation Forum, and the American Action Forum in a discussion of these key issues.
- Robert D. Atkinson, President, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
- Ike Brannon, Director of Economic Policy, American Action Forum (moderator)
Michelle Hanlon, Chair, Department of Accounting, Sloan School of Business, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Donald Marron, Director, Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center.
Russell Senate Office Building, Kennedy Caucus Room (Russell 325), Washington, D.C.