Kimberly Clausing
Kimberly Clausing

Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Tax Analysis

U.S. Department of Treasury

Kimberly Clausing is a deputy assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Treasury, Office of Tax Analysis. In January 2021, she was named Eric M. Zolt Professor of Tax Law and Policy at the University of California Law school. Prior to that, she was the Thormund Miller and Walter Mintz Professor of Economics at Reed College, where she taught international trade, international finance, and public finance. Her research studies the taxation of multinational firms. She has published numerous articles in this area, and she is the author of Open: The Progressive Case for Free Trade, Immigration, and Global Capital (Harvard University Press, 2019). She has worked on economic policy research with the International Monetary Fund, the Hamilton Project, The Brookings Institution, and the Tax Policy Center, and she has testified before both the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Committee on Finance. Clausing received her B.A. from Carleton College in 1991 and her Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1996.

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Coronavirus Recession

Global medical trade in the time of the coronavirus pandemic

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Vision 2020

International trade policy that works for U.S. workers

Tax & MacroeconomicsInequality & MobilityLabor

False promises about corporate taxes and American workers

Tax & Macroeconomics

House Speaker Ryan’s tax reform plan is not ready for prime time

Tax & Macroeconomics
working paper

Problems with destination-based corporate taxes and the Ryan blueprint

Tax & Macroeconomics

Strengthening the indispensable U.S. corporate tax

Tax & Macroeconomics

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