National governments have become increasingly concerned about aggressive tax planning by multinationals. Against the backdrop of substantial risks for tax revenues and tax fairness, tackling corporate tax avoidance has been a top priority on the tax policy agenda for about two years: The OECD is working on an Action Plan endorsed by the G20 in 2013 and to be completed by October 2015. The EU Commission’s agenda against corporate tax avoidance is expected to be published shortly. With a number of reform proposals already on the table, the debate is now reaching the final stage. The MaTax Policy Meeting provides an opportunity to discuss the latest developments of this debate from the perspective of researchers, policy-makers and businesses representatives. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the proposed reforms? What are the implications of the planned actions and which measures should be given priority? What have we learned about the determinants and scope of corporate tax avoidance?
Teilnahme auf Einladung.
Die Veranstaltung findet in englischer Sprache statt.