Professor Ari Glogower researches and writes on tax law and policy. He is a graduate of Yale University and New York University School of Law. Professor Glogower’s research focuses on the taxation of capital gains and business entities, and on the role of wealth and inequality in the tax system. Last year he co-authored a series of reports on the 2017 tax legislation which highlighted design problems with the new law and received national attention. His works have been published (or are forthcoming) in the Tax Law Review, the NYU Law Review, the Minnesota Law Review, the National Tax Journal, Tax Notes, and in other publications. Two of his current works-in-progress consider the design of a constitutional wealth tax and the structural pressures on the domestic tax base arising from the 2017 tax legislation.
Prior to his current position at Ohio State, Professor Glogower served as Acting Assistant Professor of Taxation at New York University School of Law, where he taught Tax Policy, Partnership Taxation and Tax Procedure. Before teaching, Professor Glogower worked as a tax associate in the New York office of Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP, where he advised on the tax aspects of mergers, acquisitions, separations, private equity and joint ventures.