Seventh Annual Behavioral Tax Symposium
The goal of the Symposium is to bring together scholars working on current topics in the area of tax judgment and decision making. A unique feature of this Symposium is that participants may present and discuss research proposals in addition to completed manuscripts. This allows researchers to receive feedback on their theory and research designs prior to collecting data – the time in which feedback is most useful for researchers running experiments.
Symposium Agenda Includes:
- Research proposal and paper presentations with ample time for feedback and discussion
- Session on future prospects for behavioral tax research
- Small group mentoring sessions
- Group dinner Friday night
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Registration cost is $200 for faculty and $75 for doctoral students.
Registration includes Friday lunch and dinner and Saturday breakfast and lunch. Financial aid to help defray the costs of lodging for doctoral students may be available. To be considered for financial aid, please submit this online form to Anne Magro for additional information.
Please click the link below to reserve a room for Thursday, Friday or Saturday night. Please make hotel reservations by May 21, if possible, as the room block will release after that date. You may reserve a room for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night at the conference rate. Click here for online reservations.
Call for Papers
Selected faculty and doctoral student participants will present fully developed research proposals and papers in sessions. To be considered for inclusion in the program, proposals should be submitted electronically via our online form to Anne Magro by April 15. Submissions from doctoral students and new faculty are especially encouraged. Click Here to Submit a Paper