How Tax Transparency Could Lead to Better Global Tax Rules

23 May 2016
14:20 - 15:00
Preston Auditorium

How Tax Transparency Could Lead to Better Global Tax Rules

This session will illustrate how government-led investigations can advance public discourse on the enduring problems of international tax competition and what we can learn from tax investigations. The session will also reflect on how better exposure to tax evasion data, as revealed in the recent Panama papers, could lead to better enforcement of tax rules and more effective design of anti-avoidance mechanisms globally.

Moderator:

Richard Rubin

Panelists:

Elise Bean

Omri Marian