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Tomorrow at McGill: Tillotson on the historical use of morality in tax policy

Published Nov 10, 2013 - Follow author Allison Christians: - Permalink

The 4th Annual Tax Policy Colloquium at McGill Law continues Monday with a presentation by Professor Shirley Tillotson of Dalhousie University on her paper, The moral worlds of fair taxation: a perspective from 20th century Canadian history (draft not yet available). Professor Tillotson examines the use of political rhetoric to advance tax reform. Marco Garofalo posted some thoughts on the topic earlier today.

The McGill Tax Policy 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.

Professor Tillotson's talk is scheduled to commence at 2:30 pm tomorrow; members of the public are warmly welcomed.

 Location: McGill Faculty of Law, 3644 Peel Street, New Chancellor Day Hall, Room 203.
 Date and Time: Monday, 11 November, 14:30–16:30.

Tagged as: McGill scholarship tax policy

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