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A "Triumph of Justice" in Alabama: The 1960 Perjury Trial of Martin Luther King, Jr.


Jeff Hoopes, Research Director, UNC Tax Center and Associate Professor of Accounting and Scott Dyreng, Professor of Accounting at Duke University recorded a podcast with Edgar Dyer, an expert on the tax perjury trial of Martin Luther King, Jr. › Read Paper


Congratulations to Eva Labro!


Congratulations to Eva Labro, UNC Tax Center Research Scholar and Professor of Accounting and Michael W. Haley Distinguished Scholar, on her recent promotion to Accounting Area Chair. Eva Labro’s research and teaching interests in management accounting interface with other disciplines such as economics, operations management, financial accounting, tax, and purchasing. › Read More


2022 Virtual Tax Doctoral Consortium


The UNC Tax Center hosted its 13th Annual UNC Doctoral Consortium on January 5 – 8, 2022. This event exposes invited doctoral students from around the country to current academic tax research. Thank you to all of our participants and presenters, especially our special guest lecturer, George Knab, KPMG Tax Partner. › Read More


CPE EVENT #4 Webinar: Demystifying Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies


CPE EVENT #4 Webinar: Demystifying Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies occurred virtually on December 8, 2021. UNC’s Tax Center Leadership Council members Louise Reed and Ed Cook joined UNC economics and finance professor, Eric Ghysels to help unravel the mysteries of blockchain and its practical implications on accounting and business. › Watch Recording


Ed Maydew Speaks About Tax Fundamentals for VC Investors in the BTEI Program


UNC Tax Center Senior Executive Director Ed Maydew recently spoke on tax fundamentals as part of the UNC Entrepreneurship Center's Black Technology Ecosystems Investors Certificate Program. › Read More


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UNC Kenan-Flagler established the UNC Tax Center in 2001 to build bridges between tax scholars, policymakers and practitioners who share an interest in evidence-based tax research. Leveraging partnerships with other leading universities and tax policy think tanks, the UNC Tax Center helps develop future tax researchers and provides forums for practitioners, policymakers and academics to examine important tax policy issues.

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