On 3 October 2009, a Conference on Comparative Tax Law in Theory and Practice took place at the University of Michigan Law School. It was organized by Reuven Avi-Yonah (Professor, University of Michigan Law School) and Mathias Reimann (Editor, American Journal of Comparative Law and Professor, University of Michigan Law School), and was attended by Hugh Ault (Professor of Law, Boston College Law School), Victor Thuronyi (Senior Counsel, International Monetary Fund), Brian Arnold (Professor Emeritus, University of Western Ontario), William Barker (Professor, The Dickinson School of Law, Penn State), Michael Livingston (Professor, Rutgers School of Law-Camden), Carlo Garbarino (Professor of Taxation, Bocconi University, Milan), Assaf Likhovski (Associate Professor, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law and Visiting Professor, UCLA Law School), Omri Marian (Scientiae Juridicae Doctor (SJD), University of Michigan Law School), and Nicola Sartori (International University College, Turin and SJD, University of Michigan Law School).
Avi-Yonah, Reuven S. "Comparative Tax Law: Theory and Practice." G. Inbar, O. Marian, and L. Mello, co-authors. Bull. for Int'l Tax'n 64, no. 3 (2010): 183-5.