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Theodore K. Warner Professor of Law
Knoll is ‘Driven’ to Find Solutions to Inequitable U.S. Tax Code
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Professor Michael Knoll
Michael Knoll, recently named the Theodore K. Warner Professor of Law, studies finance and taxes the way a mechanic fixes cars: He gets under the hood to diagnose policy pings that slow the U.S. economic engine.

In a series of influential articles, Knoll has detailed many previously unknown effects of the tax system, tackling everything from how the windfall profits tax discouraged oil production during the two oil crises of the 1980s to how the differential treatment of debt and equity under the tax law discourages corporations from innovation and risk taking.

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