TAX COMPETITION: Are We at War? A Historical Review

23 May 2016
9:15 - 10:00
Preston Auditorium

TAX COMPETITION: Are We at War? A Historical Review

Countries around the world are competing on tax rates and ownership of the tax base, often resulting in harmful tax behavior. This panel will provide a historical perspective of how tax competition has resulted into global tax wars between multinational companies and tax administrations, between countries (regardless of their development levels), and between wealthy elites and regular taxpayers.

Moderator:

Blanca Moreno-Dodson