ANNUAL TAX LECTURE 2017
Free Public Lecture
Melbourne Law School
185 Pelham Street
T: 9035 7717
"Reforming and Deforming the US Corporate Income Tax"
As the United States lurches around in the “tax reform” arena, fundamental questions surface: What do we mean by “tax reform’? What is the appropriate treatment of income earned abroad? What about income earned domestically by foreign persons? Is a “border adjustment” acceptable? Why is a destination feature tolerable under trade rules for a VAT but not for an income tax? Do the labels matter? How does transfer pricing fit into the picture? These and related topics will be at the core of this lecture.
5.30pm: Pre-lecture refreshments in the foyer
6.15pm: Lecture commences
7.30pm: Dinner at the Woodward Centre ($100 per person)
Professor David Rosenbloom
Professor David Rosenbloom is an attorney specialising in international tax matters. He is a member of law firm Caplin & Drysdale, Chartered, and is the James S Eustice Visiting Professor of Taxation and Director of the International Tax Program at New York University School of Law. A frequent speaker and author on tax, he has taught international taxation at Stanford, Columbia, Harvard, Pennsylvania and New York universities, and at educational institutions around the world including Melbourne Law School. He has also served as a Tax Policy Adviser for the United States Treasury, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), AID, and the World Bank in Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, Senegal, Malawi and South Africa. Professor Rosenbloom will be teaching "International Tax in the US", in the Melbourne Law Masters, at Melbourne Law School, 26 July 1 August.