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Cindy Schipani, professor of business law, says the leaked files add life to the argument that the super rich don’t pay their fair share.
Professor Joel Slemrod scores the tax plans of President Donald Trump and the House Republicans.
Michigan Ross faculty explain the potential policy direction of the president-elect.
Professors Stefan Nagel and Joel Slemrod examine who’s most likely to dump shares when the market tanks.
Professor Joel Slemrod takes a look at odd taxes throughout history and how they reflect priorities.
New research by Michigan Ross Professor Joel Slemrod examines whether changes to the income tax return could help cut evasion.
U.S. taxpayers hit the Internet and phone lines for help with the tax code, but not always when they should, Professor Joel Slemrod found.
What do tax policy experts and the public have in common? Not a lot, according to research by Professor Joel Slemrod. Read what his survey found.