National Tax Journal, Accepted Papers


Maggie R. Jones, “The EITC over the Great Recession: Who Benefited?”

David Splinter, Jeff Larrimore, and Jacob Mortenson, “Whose Child is This? Shifting of Dependents Among EITC Claimants within the Same Household”

Lily Batchelder, Elaine Maag, Chye-Ching Huang, and Emily Horton, “Who Benefits from President Trump’s Child Care Proposals?”

Alan J. Auerbach, Michael P. Devereux, Michael Keen, and John Vella, “International Tax Planning under the Destination-Based Cash Flow Tax”

Itai Grinberg, “A Destination-Based Cash Flow Tax Can Be Structured to Comply with World Trade Organization Rules”

Alan J. Auerbach and Itai Grinberg, “Macroeconomic Modeling of Tax Policy: A Comparison of Current Methodologies”

James B. Bushnell, “(Overly) Great Expectations: Carbon Pricing and Revenue Uncertainty in California”

Janet E. Milne, “Carbon Pricing in the Northeast: Looking Through a Legal Lens”

Ian W.H. Parry and Victor Mylonas, “Canada’s Carbon Price Floor”

Lily L. Batchelder, “The Shaky Case for a Business Cash-flow Tax over a Business Income Tax”