OMG Transatlantic Tax Talks 2022-23
On behalf of the Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation, University of Michigan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance, and Georgetown University Law Center, we are excited to announce the OMG Transatlantic Tax Talks will continue this academic year. (Why OMG? Oxford-Michigan-MIT-Munich-Georgetown.)
This speaker series - which began in 2021 - is interdisciplinary, with experts in taxation from law, economics, and accounting presenting their work. OMG is hosted on Zoom and is free to attend. Simply click on the links below to visit the events pages, where you will find more details including joining instructions.
The presenters for 2022-23 are:
- 20 October 2022 - Evelina Gavrilova-Zoutman, NHH Norwegian School of Economics, The Big Short (Interest): Closing the Loopholes in the Dividend-Withholding Tax
- 17 November 2022 - Martin Jacob, WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management, How effective are emission taxes in reducing air pollution?
- 15 December 2022 - Jakob Miethe, LMU, Munich, Homes Incorporated: Offshore Ownership of Real Estate in the U.K.
- 26 Jan 2023 - Ruth Mason, University of Virginia School of Law, Bounded Extraterritoriality
- 16 Feb 2023 - Owen Zidar, Princeton University, The Health Wedge and Labor Market Inequality
- 16 March 2023 - Ariel Jurow Kleiman, Loyola Law School, The Subjective Costs of Taxation
- 20 April 2023 - Steven Dean, Brooklyn Law School, Global Jim Crow: Taxation, Racial Capitalism, and the Fear of a Black Planet
- 18 May 2023 - Daniel Hemel, NYU School of Law, The Realization Doctrine and the Optimal Taxation of Capital Income
All talks will be on Zoom at 11:00 Eastern time/4:00 UK/5:00 CET. Presenters will speak for about 20 minutes, and the remaining 40 minutes will be used for Q&A.
If you would like to sign up to the mailing list for our events, please email our events team at
Michael Devereux (Oxford)
Lilian Faulhaber (Georgetown)
Michelle Hanlon (MIT)
Jim Hines (Michigan)
Wolfgang Schön (Max Planck)
John Vella (Oxford)