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Steven A. Bank

Paul Hastings Professor of Business Law
Faculty Director of the Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy


Steven A. Bank B.A. University of Pennsylvania, 1991
J.D. University of Chicago, 1994
UCLA Faculty Since 2002
bank@law.ucla.edu
Biography | Bibliography | Courses

Books


Taxation of Business Enterprises: Cases and Materials (with Robert J. Peroni). 4th ed. West Group (2012).

Anglo-American Corporate Taxation: Tracing the Common Roots of Divergent Approaches. Cambridge University Press (2011). Introduction

From Sword to Shield: The Transformation of the Corporate Income Tax, 1861 to Present. Oxford University Press (2010). Introduction

War and Taxes (with Kirk J. Stark and Joseph J. Thorndike). Urban Institute Press (2008). Introduction

Business Tax Stories (edited by Steven A. Bank and Kirk J. Stark). Foundation Press (2005).


Articles and Chapters


Historical Perspective on the Corporate Interest Deduction, Chapman Law Review (forthcoming, 2014). Full Text

When We Taxed the Pyramids, 41 Florida State University Law Review 39 (2013). Full Text

Taxing Bigness, 66 Tax Law Review 379 (2013). (Symposium) Full Text

The Globalization of Corporate Tax Reform, 40 Pepperdine Law Review 1307 (2013). (Symposium) Full Text

Questioning “Law and Finance”: US Stock Market Development, 1930-70 (with Brian R. Cheffins and Harwell Wells), Business History 1 (2013). Full Text

The Corporate Pyramid Fable (with Bryan Cheffins), 84 Business History Review 435-58 (2010). Full Text

The Rise and Fall of Post-World War II Corporate Tax Reform, 73 Journal of Law and Contemporary Problems 207-32 (2010). Full Text

Is Berle and Means Really a Myth? (with Brian Cheffins), 83 Business History Review 443-474 (2009). Full Text

Dividends and Politics (with Brian Cheffins and Marc Goergen), 25 European Journal of Political Economy 208-224 (2009). Full Text

Tax and the Separation of Ownership and Control (with Brian Cheffins), in Tax and Corporate Governance (edited by Wolfgang Schon, Springer, 2008). Full Text

Corporate Ownership and Control in the UK: The Tax Dimension (with Brian Cheffins), 70 Modern Law Review 778-811 (2007). Abstract

Does Dividend Policy Have a Political Dimension? The British Case (with Brian Cheffins and Marc Goergen), 5 CESifo DICE Report: Journal of Institutional Comparisons 33 (2007).

Entity Theory as Myth in the U.S. Corporate Excise Tax of 1909, in Studies in the History of Tax Law, Vol. II (edited by John Tiley, Hart Publishing, 2007). Full Text

Dividends and Tax Policy in the Long Run, 2007 University of Illinois Law Review 533 (2007). Full Text

A Capital Lock-In Theory of the Corporate Income Tax, 94 Georgetown Law Journal 889-947 (2006). Reprinted in 48 Corporate Practice Commentator 649 (2006) and Monthly Digest of Tax Articles (Jan. 2007). Full Text

The Story of Double Taxation: A Clash over the Control of Corporate Earnings, in Business Tax Stories (edited by Steven A. Bank and Kirk J. Stark, Foundation Press, 2005). Abstract

The Dividend Divide in Anglo-American Corporate Taxation, 30 Journal of Corporation Law 1-50 (2004). Full Text

Tax, Corporate Governance, and Norms, 61 Washington & Lee Law Review 1159 (2004). Reprinted in 47 Corporate Practice Commentator 195 (2005). Full Text

Federal Income Tax of 1913, in 2 Major Acts of Congress 49 (edited by Brian K. Landsberg, Macmillan Reference USA, 2004).

Internal Revenue Act of 1954, in 2 Major Acts of Congress 207 (edited by Brian K. Landsberg, Macmillan Reference USA, 2004).

Review Essay: The Progressive Consumption Tax Revisited, 101 Michigan Law Review 2238-60 (2003). Reviewing Fair Not Flat:  How to Make the Tax System Better and Simpler, by Edward J. McCaffery. Full Text

Is Double Taxation a Scapegoat for Declining Dividends? Evidence from History, 56 Tax Law Review 463 (2003). Full Text

Corporate Managers, Agency Costs, and the Rise of Double Taxation, 44 William & Mary Law Review 167-261 (2002). Full Text

Entity Theory as Myth in the Origins of the Corporate Income Tax, 43 William & Mary Law Review 447-537 (2001).

The Transcontinental “A” Train? Foreign Mergers Under Section 368(a)(1)(A), 54 Tax Lawyer 555-76 (2001). Full Text

Codifying Judicial Doctrines: No Cure for Rules But More Rules?, 54 SMU Law Review 37-45 (2001).

Mergers, Taxes, and Historical Realism, 75 Tulane Law Review 1-86 (2000). Full Text

Taxing Divisive and Disregarded Mergers, 34 Georgia Law Review 1523-89 (2000). Full Text

The Runaway “A” Train: Does the IRS Need New Brakes?, 87 Tax Notes 553-65 (2000).

Federalizing the Tax Free Merger: Toward an End to the Anachronistic Reliance on State Corporation Laws, 77 North Carolina Law Review 1307-1404 (1999). Full Text

Origins of a Flat Tax, 73 Denver University Law Review 329-402 (1996).

Devaluing Reform: Executive Compensation and the Derivatives Market, 7 DePaul Business Law Journal 301-32 (1995).

Comment, Anti Miscegenation Laws and the Dilemma of Symmetry: The Understanding of Equality in the Civil Rights Act of 1875, 2 University Of Chicago Law School Roundtable 303-44 (1995).


Other


What's Old Is New Again: Historical Perspectives on Tax Law & Policy (with Kirk J. Stark and Joseph Thorndike), 109 Tax Notes 529-30 (2005).