We've just started the process of redesigning our site and we're trying to learn as much as we can about the wants and needs of the people that visit. That is, people like you!
Please give us a few minutes of your time to respond to our survey. We really appreciate it.
August 25, 2018
Professor Edward Fox has joined Michigan Law School as an assistant professor of law. He previously was a fellow at the Center for Law and Economics at New York University School of Law. He will teach Taxation of Individual Income and a Tax Policy seminar.
Fox’s research interests include personal and business taxation and corporate and securities law. His work has been published in the
Columbia Law Review, the
Texas Law Review, and the
Yale Law Journal. His current working papers empirically study the effect of taxation on marriage, the incidence of the U.S. corporate income tax, and how Delaware incorporation may affect the value of firms with controlling shareholders, among other subjects.
Fox earned his BA in history and economics,
magna cum laude, from Columbia University, his JD from Yale Law School, and his PhD in economics from the University of Michigan. He previously clerked for The Hon. Stephen Reinhardt on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Read more feature stories.
Comments/Suggestions | Site Map | Work Requests | Admin Portal | Disclaimer | Supported Browsers | U of M Home
Regents of the
University of Michigan. All images property of Michigan Law
The University of Michigan Law School.
625 South State Street,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
48109-1215 USA - Contact Us