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Fleischer, Miranda Perry

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Presentations and Conferences

  • "A Libertarian Case for a Universal Basic Income?" at Workshop in Applied Ethics and Public Policy Conference on the Future of Work, Automation, and a Basic Income at Bowling Green State University (2017)
  • "The Philosophical Foundations of a Universal Basic Income" as presenter at NYU Tax Policy and Public Finance Colloquium and Seminar at (2017)
  • "A Libertarian Case for a Universal Basic Income?" at NYU Law Tax Policy and Public Finance Colloquium and Seminar at NYU Law School (2017)
  • "Subsidizing Charity Liberally" as presenter at Columbia University Law School Public Law Workshop at Columbia University Law School (2017)
  • "A Libertarian Case for a Universal Basic Income? " at Northwestern University School of Law Tax Policy Colloquium at Northwestern University (2016)
  • "Not So Fast: The Hidden Difficulties of Taxing Wealth " as presenter at University of Minnesota Law School Tax Policy Workshop at (2016)
  • "Now or Later? Intergenerational Justice and Charitable Giving" as presenter at Boston College Law Forum on Philanthropy and the Public Good Academic Symposium on Perpetuities, Limited Life, and the Responsibility of Philanthropy to the Present and Future at Boston College School of Law (2016)
  • "Comments on Charity Law and the Liberal State by Matthew Harding" as presenter at Australian Society of Legal Philosophy Annual Conference Book Symposium at (2016)
  • "How is Opera Like a Soup Kitchen? " as presenter at Australian Society of Legal Philosophy Annual Conference Book Symposium at (2016)
  • "The Philosophical Foundations of a Universal Basic Income" as presenter at Mid-Level Tax Scholars Conference at UC-Davis School of Law (2016)
  • "Divide and Conquer: Using an Accessions Tax to Combat Dynastic Wealth Transfers" as presenter at UCLA Law School Colloquium on Tax Policy and Public Finance at University California Los Angeles (2016)
  • "Not So Fast: The Hidden Difficulties of Taxing Wealth" as presenter at Boston College Law School Tax Policy Colloquium at Boston College Law School (2016)
  • "Not So Fast: The Hidden Difficulties of Taxing Wealth" as panelist at American Bar Association Section of Taxation Meeting at (2016)
  • "Divide and Conquer: Using an Accessions Tax to Combat Dynastic Wealth Transfers" as presenter at Boston College Law School/American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel Symposium on The Centennial of the Estate Tax: Perspectives and Recommendations at Boston College Law School (2015)
  • "Divide and Conquer: Using an Accessions Tax to Combat Dynastic Wealth Transfers" as presenter at The Centennial of the Estate Tax: Perspectives and Recommendations at Boston College Law School/American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel (2015)
  • "Making the Charitable Deduction More Charitable" as presenter at Mid-Level Tax Scholars Conference at Ohio State University School of Law (2015)
  • "How Is the Opera Like a Soup Kitchen?" as presenter at University College of London Symposium on The Philosophical Foundations of Tax Law at University College of London (2015)
  • "Libertarianism and the Charitable Tax Subsidies" as presenter at Pepperdine Tax Policy Colloquium at Pepperdine University School of Law (2015)
  • "Making the Charitable Deduction More Charitable" as presenter at Boston College School of Law Symposium on Reforming the Charitable Deduction at Boston College Law School (2014)
  • "Libertarianism and the Charitable Tax Subsidies" as presenter at Columbia Tax Scholars Conference at Columbia Law School (2013)
  • "'The Forgotten Henry Simons' by Dan Shaviro" as commentator at 100 Years of the Income Tax at University of Southern California Gould School of Law (2013)
  • "Charitable Giving and Utilitarianism: Problems and Priorities" as presenter at The University of Texas School of Law Faculty Colloquium Series at University of Texas School of Law (2012)
  • "Charitable Giving and Utilitarianism: Problems and Priorities" as presenter at Duke University School of Law Tax Colloquium at Duke University School of Law (2012)
  • "Charitable Giving and Utilitarianism: Problems and Priorities" as presenter at University of Toronto School of Law Tax Law and Policy Workshop at University of Toronto School of Law (2012)
  • "Tax Justice: A Christian Response to a New Gilded Age by Michael Durst" as commentator at Tax Policy Colloquium at Loyola Marymount Law School

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