Published on February 21, 2022 by Morgan Black
Tracey Roberts, associate professor of law, is a regular contributor to the popular TaxProf Blog in which she reviews new works published by other legal scholars.
In her latest review, Roberts discusses a new work by Michael Love, a lawyer and Ph.D. candidate at UC Berkeley, “Where in the World Does Partnership Income Go? Evidence of a Growing Use of Tax Havens.”
Read her review here.
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