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US presidential advisers to address Global Transfer Pricing Forum

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Weeks before the US election, the Global Transfer Pricing Forum in New York will hear from economic advisers to the Republican and Democratic candidates on September 22 & 23.

Stephen Moore and Professor Alan Krueger are expected to share their views on tax, transfer pricing, tax policy, and the economy. Keynote speeches are open to registered conference delegates only. Registration closes Friday, September 16 and delegate forms can be found here. The full conference agenda can be obtained by clicking here.

September 22 Keynote: Stephen Moore

Stephen Moore, who formerly wrote on the economy and public policy for the Wall Street Journal, is a Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Project for Economic Growth, at The Heritage Foundation. Moore, who was also a member of the Journal’s editorial board, now focuses on advancing public policies that increase the rate of economic growth to help the US retain its position as the global economic superpower. He works on budget, fiscal and monetary policy and showcases states that get their fiscal houses in order.

Stephen Moore, an economic adviser to Republican candidate Donald Trump, addresses the Forum on September 22. Among other topics, he is expected to speak about how changes to US tax policy will assist the economy.

September 23 Keynote: Alan Krueger

Alan Krueger is one of America’s most respected economists and the Bendheim Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University.

He is among the 50 highest-ranked economists in the world according to Research Papers in Economics. Professor Krueger served as chairman of President Barack Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers and as a member of his Cabinet from 2011-2013. He is the former chief economist of the Department of the Treasury and Department of Labour, and one of the foremost experts on labour and unemployment, 

Professor Krueger, an economic adviser to Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, addresses the Forum on September 23. Among other topics, he is expected to speak about how tax policy should be neutral with respect to industries.

The Global Transfer Pricing Forum, held at the Ritz-Carlton Battery Park, will also hear from two additional keynote speakers, Edward Kleinbard, a professor of law and business at the University of Southern California, and John Hughes, acting director APMA Programme, at the Internal Revenue Service.

The full biographies of all keynote speakers are available here


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