Since finishing my article on the international provisions in the 2017 tax act (forthcoming in Tax Notes on July 2 and 9), I’ve mainly been working on my book on literature and high-end inequality. I’m getting towards the finish line for what I see as volume 1, which ends before World War I with literature from the First Gilded Age in the U.S.
But I am heading across the Great Pond tomorrow to spend a week-plus in Vienna, Prague, and Cresky Krumlov (a small and apparently beautiful city in Czechia that is reachable from Prague). The work-related tie-in for this is that on Monday, June 11, I’ll be discussing my international tax paper at a Vienna University Tax Seminar.
Slides for the talk are available here.