Los Angeles Times quotes Professor Ventry about Elsevier cutting UC access to 2019 work
Professor Dennis J. Ventry, Jr. spoke to the Los Angeles Times for a story about academic publisher Elsevier shutting off the University of California’s access to its 2019 publications. Read the story.
Ventry is the vice chair of the Academic Senate University Committee on Library and Scholarly Communications.
Professor Ventry is an expert in tax policy and legal ethics. His research interests include tax expenditure analysis, family taxation, professional responsibility and standards of care, tax filing and administration, tax compliance, public finance, and tax and legal history. He is the former chairman of the IRS Advisory Council, and co-author on the casebook, Federal Income Taxation with Martin McMahon, Jr., Daniel L. Simmons, and Bradley T. Borden.