LL.B., Hebrew University School of Law
LL.M., in International Taxation, New York University School of Law
J.S.D., New York University School of Law
Yariv Brauner is a Professor of Law with the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida. He joined the Florida faculty in 2006, after teaching at NYU, Northwestern and ASU. He has been a Visiting Professor or a guest speaker in various universities in the U.S. and abroad.
He is an author of several articles published in professional journals and law reviews, and a co-author of U.S. International Taxation – Cases and Materials (with Reuven S. Avi-Yonah and Diane M. Ring), now in its 3rd. ed. He taught multiple courses in the fields of Taxation, Corporate Taxation, International Taxation, International Trade Law, and the Law of Multinational Corporations. Education: LL.B., 1996, Hebrew University School of Law, LL.M. in International Taxation, 1998, J.S.D, 2003, New York University School of Law.
Tax Policy Colloquium
U.S. International Taxation (I & II)
International Tax Planning
Taxation of Intellectual Property
International Business Transactions
Taxation and Development
Multinational Corporations and the Law
U.S. International Taxation – Cases and Materials, 3rd. Ed. (Foundation Press, 2010) – with Reuven S. Avi-Yonah and Diane M. Ring (including a Teacher’s Manual, 2011).
The Meaning of “Enterprise,” “Business” and “Business Profits” under United States Tax Treaties and Domestic Law (with Allison Christians), Ch. 19 in Guglielmo Maisto (Ed.), The Meaning of “Enterprise,” “Business” and “Business Profits” under Tax Treaties and EU Tax Law (IBFD, 2011).
Policy Forum: Taxation of Corporate Groups—Lessons from the United States, 59(2) Canadian Tax Journal 295 (2011).
Why Does the United States Conclude Tax Treaties? And Why Does it not Have a Tax Treaty with Brazil? (in Portuguese), in the 2011 Bi-Annual IBDT International Tax Conference Proceedings, published in Revista Direito Tributario Atual.
The Proper Tax Base: Structural Fairness from an International and Comparative Perspective (A Volume in Honor of Paul R. McDaniel) (Ed., (with Martin M. McMahon), (Kluwer Law International, forthcoming 2011).
Tax Law and Development (Ed., with Miranda Stewart), (Edward Elgar, forthcoming early 2012)