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William D. Popkin
Walter W. Foskett Professor Emeritus of Law
  1. MATERIALS ON LEGISLATION: POLITICAL LANGUAGE AND THE POLITICAL PROCESS, 5th Ed. New York: Foundation Press, 2009.

  2. INTRODUCTION TO TAXATION, 5th Ed. Newark, NJ: LexisNexis, 2008.

  3. EVOLUTION OF THE JUDICIAL OPINION: INSTITUTIONAL AND INDIVIDUAL STYLES. New York: NYU Press, 2007.

  4. A DICTIONARY OF STATUTORY INTERPRETATION. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2006.
  5. Interpreting Conflicting Provisions of the Nevada State Constitution, 5 NEVADA LAW JOURNAL 308 (2005).

  6. MATERIALS ON LEGISLATION: POLITICAL LANGUAGE AND THE POLITICAL PROCESS, 4th Ed. New York: Foundation Press, 2005.

  7. FUNDAMENTALS OF FEDERAL INCOME TAX LAW, 4th Ed. Newark, NJ: LexisNexis, 2002.

  8. MATERIALS ON LEGISLATION: POLITICAL LANGUAGE AND THE POLITICAL PROCESS, 3rd Ed. New York: Foundation Press, 2001.

  9. A Tribute to William Burnett Harvey (with H. Pratter, D. G. Boshkoff, R. B. Dworkin, and J. Getman) 75 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL xiii (2000).

  10. STATUTES IN COURT: THE HISTORY AND THEORY OF STATUTORY INTERPRETATION. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1999.

  11. FUNDAMENTALS OF FEDERAL INCOME TAX LAW, 3rd Ed. New York: Matthew Bender, 1998. Supplement, 1999.

  12. Phantom Tax Rates, 78 TAX NOTES 1409 (1998).

  13. MATERIALS ON LEGISLATION: POLITICAL LANGUAGE AND THE POLITICAL PROCESS, 2nd Ed. Westbury, NY: Foundation Press, 1997. Supplement, 1998.

  14. The Taxpayer’s Third Personality: Comments on Redlark v. Commissioner, 72 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 41 (1996).

  15. Book Review. Eskridge, Dynamic Statutory Interpretation, 45 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 297 (1995).

  16. Comment. Law and Linguistics: Is There Common Ground?, 73 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW QUARTERLY 1043 (1995).

  17. FUNDAMENTALS OF INCOME TAXATION. New York: Matthew Bender, 1994.

  18. Law-Making Responsibility and Statutory Interpretation, 68 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 865 (1993).

  19. MATERIALS ON LEGISLATION: POLITICAL LANGUAGE AND THE POLITICAL PROCESS. Westbury, NY: Foundation Press, 1993 and Supplement, 1994.

  20. Commentary: Conference Proceedings: The Tax Legislative Process—A Critical Need, 10 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TAX POLICY 162 (1992).

  21. Foreword: Nonjudicial Statutory Interpretation, 66 CHICAGO-KENT LAW REVIEW 301 (1992).

  22. An “Internal” Critique of Justice Scalia’s Theory of Statutory Interpretations, 76 MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW 1133 (1992).

  23. Judicial Use of Presidential Legislative History: A Critique, 66 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 699 (1991).

  24. Statutory Interpretation in England and the United States: The Case of Tax Avoidance, 1991 BRITISH TAX REVIEW 283.

  25. Statutory Interpretation in State Courts: A Study of Indiana Opinions, 24 INDIANA LAW REVIEW 1155 (1991).

  26. Why a Court of Tax Appeals Is So Elusive, 47 TAX NOTES 1101 (1990).

  27. A Common Law Lawyer on the Supreme Court: The Opinions of Justice Stevens, 1989 DUKE LAW JOURNAL 1087.

  28. The Collaborative Model of Statutory Interpretation, 61 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 541 (1988).

  29. INTRODUCTION TO FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION. New York: Matthew Bender, 1987 and Supplement, 1989.

  30. Legislative Self-Constraint: A Reply to Professor Kahn. 14 HASTINGS CONSTITUTIONAL LAW QUARTERLY 205 (1987).

  31. Tax Ideals in the Real World: A Comment on Professor Strnad’s Approach to Tax Fairness, 62 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 63 (1987).

  32. Taxing Personal Insurance: The Case of Tax Audit Insurance, 4 VIRGINIA TAX REVIEW 379 (1985).

  33. Tribute to Ralph Fuchs, 60 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 7 (1984).

  34. The Deep Structure of Capital Gains, 33 CASE WESTERN RESERVE LAW REVIEW 153 (1983).

  35. Client-Lawyer Confidentiality, 59 TEXAS LAW REVIEW 755 (1981).

  36. Taxation of Employee Fringe Benefits, 22 BOSTON COLLEGE LAW REVIEW 439 (1981).

  37. Taxation of Borrowing, 56 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 43 (1980).

  38. Defining Taxable Consumption: A Comment on Personal Insurance Premiums, 54 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 389 (1979).

  39. Effect of Representation on a Claimant’s Success Rate: Three Study Designs, 31 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW REVIEW 449 (1979).

  40. Reducing Legal Noise: A Comment on Clark, The Morphogenesis of Subchapter C: An Essay on Statutory Evolution and Reform, 87 YALE LAW JOURNAL 1319 (1978).

  41. Standing to Challenge Generous Tax Rulings: The Case for Congressional Action, 6 TAX NOTES 163 (1978).

  42. Deduction of Traveling Expenses by the Two-Worker Family: An Inquiry into the Role of Courts in Interpreting the Federal Tax Law, 55 TEXAS LAW REVIEW 645 (1977).

  43. Effect of Representation in Nonadversary Proceedings—A Study of Three Disability Programs, 62 CORNELL LAW REVIEW 989 (1977).

  44. Household Services and Child Care in the Income Tax and Social Security Laws, 50 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 238 (1975).

  45. Effectiveness of the Social Security Review System in Disability Cases, 26 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW REVIEW 79 (1974).

  46. THE DEDUCTION FOR BUSINESS EXPENSES AND LOSSES. Cambridge, MA: International Tax Program, Harvard Law School, 1973.

  47. The Negative Income Tax: An Alternative Solution, 9 HARVARD JOURNAL ON LEGISLATION 55 (1971).

  48. Comments at the Roundtable on Taxation at the Meeting of the AALS, 22 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 401 (1970).

  49. A Critique of the Rule-Making Process in Federal Income Tax Law with Special Reference to Conglomerate Acquisitions, 45 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 453 (1970).

  50. Personal Versus Business Expenses: A Comment on Professor Klein’s Approach, 55 CORNELL LAW REVIEW 390 (1970).

  51. Administration of a Negative Income Tax, 78 YALE LAW JOURNAL 388 (1969).

  52. Book Review. Wright et al., Comparative Conflict Resolution Procedures in Taxation: An Analytic Comparative Study, 17 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW 116 (1969).

  53. The Taxation of Foreign Incorporated Pocketbooks with Nonresident Alien Shareholders, 20 RUTGERS LAW REVIEW 268 (1966).

  54. Less Developed Countries and the Revenue Act of 1962, 40 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 1 (1964).