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Ralph M. Parsons Professor of Law and Business
The Tax Shelter Problem
, 57 National Tax Journal 925 (2004).
An Academic's View of the Tax Shelter Battle
Crisis in Tax Administration
, Henry Aaron and Joel Slemrod, eds., Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, 2004.
Joseph Bankman and Daniel Simmons,
Terminating Tax Shelters: Has California Broken the Legislative Logjam?
, 101 Tax Notes 1111, (December 1, 2003).
The Engler-Knoll Consumption Tax Proposal: What Transition Rule Does Fairness (or Politics) Require?
, 56 SMU Law Review 83-97 (Winter 2003).
, CBS News 60 Minutes, (October 17, 2003).
The Story of INDOPCO: What Went Wrong in the Capitalization v. Deduction Debate?
, in Tax Stories: An In-Depth Look at Ten Leading Federal Income Tax Cases, Paul L. Caron, ed., New York, N.Y.: Foundation Press, 2003, Ch. 6, pp. 183-206
Joseph Bankman, William A. Klein and Daniel N. Shaviro,
Federal Income Taxation, 13th ed.
, New York: Aspen Law & Business, 752 p., 2003.
Joseph Bankman, K. Pratt, and T. Griffith,
Federal Income Tax: Examples and Explanations, 3rd ed.
, New York: Aspen Law & Business, 625 p., 2002.
Modeling the Tax Shelter World
, 55 Tax Law Review 455-464 (Spring 2002).
Nickel Hot Dogs, Or Else...
, San Jose Mercury News, pp. 1P,6P (August 25, 2002).
The Business Purpose Doctrine and the Sociology of Tax
, 54 SMU Law Review 149-157 (Winter 2001).
Joseph Bankman and Ian Ayres,
Substitutes For Insider Trading
, Stanford Law and Economics Olin Working Paper No.214; Yale Law and Economics Research Paper No. 252 (April 2001). Document available from the SSRN Electronic Paper Collection.
Joseph Bankman and G. Marcus Cole,
The Venture Capital Investment Bust: Did Agency Costs Play a Role? Was it Something Lawyers Helped Structure? [Symposium: Theory Informs Business Practice]
, 77 Chicago-Kent Law Review 211-234 (2001)
Joseph Bankman, William A. Klein,
Federal Income Taxation, 12th ed.
, New York: Aspen Law and Business, 872 p., 2000.
What Can We Say About A Wealth Tax? (Symposium on Wealth Taxes)
, 53 Tax Law Review 477-488 (2000).
The Economic Substance Doctrine
, 74 Southern California Law Review 5-30 (2000)
Joseph Bankman and Ronald J. Gilson,
, 51 Stanford Law Review 289-307 (1999).
The New Market in U.S. Corporate Tax Shelters
, 18 Tax Notes International 2681-2706 (1999).
The New Market in Corporate Tax Shelters
, 83 Tax Notes 1775-1795 (1999)
Henry T. Greely,
Informed Consent, Stored Tissue Samples and the Human Genome Diversity Project: Protecting the Rights of Research Participants
, in, Stored Tissue Samples: Ethical, Legal and Public Policy Implications. Robert F. Weir, editor. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1998. p. 89-108.
Courses & Organizations
BA University of California Berkeley 1977
JD Yale Law School 1980
Business and Corporate Law
Law and Economics