Trends and Prospects in the Michigan Economy Session Two: Tax Policy Issues
Michigan's economy and the effects of its current tax structure and social policy are the focus of a 2004 Colloquium Series entitled Trends and Prospects in the Michigan Economy. Scheduled to begin in March, the series will host experts from at least four in-state universities: Michigan State University, University of Michigan, Wayne State University, and Eastern Michigan University. Each session will feature authors who have contributed to the book on state economics, Michigan at the Millennium. Chapter authors of the book are university faculty along with other experts drawn from government, educational and research organizations who were asked to write in their professional area of interest. Authors were asked to present policy relevant information for today's policymakers and community decision makers.
The 2004 Colloquium Series provides an opportunity for broad interaction and an exchange of perspectives and outlooks on the Michigan economy.
Session Two: Tax Policy Issues
May 12, 2004
Location: Farnum Building 125 W. Allegan, Lansing, MI
|1:30-3:30|| Panelist Presentations
State Revenue System
Fiscal Relations among Federal, State, and Local Governments
Miscellaneous Taxes (Sin, Death, and Recreation)
Personal Income Tax
Single Business Tax, and Sales and Use Taxes
|3:30-4:30||Question and Answer Discussion|
|4:30-5:30||Hors d'oeuvre Reception|