Recent Trends in Tax Policy: Online Platforms and Environment
- Date: Thursday 28 February 2019, 12:30 – 13:30
- Location: Liberty Building
- Type: Seminars and lectures
- Cost: Free
This session will feature Professor Neil Buchanan (George Washington University) and will be chaired by Prof. Rita de la Feria.
Title: "What Do We Owe Future Generations?"
Abstract: Politicians, policy experts, and the general public all appear to agree that current generations ought to take into account the interests of future generations when crafting public policies. What is the source of that obligation between generations? Given that it exists, what is the extent of any such obligation? Although intergenerational obligations are typically invoked when discussing economic policies and especially environmental issues, surely those obligations also carry over into the political realm, including obligations to protect the rule of law and constitutional democracy as well as to promote tolerance and equality. This lecture is based on a book project that is currently in progress.
About the speakers
- Professor Neil Buchanan (George Washington University)
- Professor Rita de la Feria (University of Leeds, chair)
Seminar Room G.28
School of Law
University of Leeds
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All welcome. This is a free event, though registration is required.
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