Edward Fox is a professor of law at the University of Michigan. He teaches and writes on personal and business taxation, and his research interests also include corporate and securities law.
Fox's 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 US corporate income tax, and how Delaware incorporation may affect the value of firms with controlling shareholders, among other subjects. Before joining the Michigan Law faculty, he was a fellow at the Center for Law and Economics at New York University School of Law.
"Do Taxes Affect Marriage? Lessons from History"
"No New Tax Cuts? Examining the Rescue Plan's New State Tax Limits"
- Tax Law
"The Psychology of Taxing Capital Income: Evidence from a Survey Experiment on the Realization Rule"
"Sharp Lines and Sliding Scales in Tax Law"
- Tax Law