School of Management at George Mason University Presents:
The 4th 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.
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
Price is $195 for faculty and $50 for doctoral students.
Registration includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 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. The conference lodging rate of $79 per night is guaranteed when booked by May 11.
Dedicated to excellence in teaching and research, the School of Management (SOM) educates future business leaders through world-class innovative academic programs and strategic business partnerships. With the SOM curricula and research rooted in entrepreneurship, corporate governance and global business education, the school prepares graduate and undergraduate students for increased globalization through a range of academic programs, executive programs and international alliances.
Ranked in 2012 among the top 100 undergraduate business school programs and part-time MBA programs by U.S. News and World Report, Mason’s SOM is one of only 10 percent of business schools worldwide accredited in both business and accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. SOM faculty are deeply engaged in the regional, national and international business communities and their academic expertise combined with real-world experience provides a bridge in the classroom from academic theory to business practice.
Contact: Anne Magro: email@example.com
Proposals and manuscripts due to
Anne Magro by 04/15/11 for inclusion in this event.