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Arbitration under Tax Treaties

This book provides an in-depth analysis of several concluded and proposed dispute resolution methods.
 
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Arbitration under Tax Treaties

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Volume 5 in the Doctoral Series

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90-76078-52-1

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276

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Arbitration under Tax Treaties

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276

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Arbitration under Tax Treaties

Why this book? 

To improve the legal protection of the taxpayer in connection with international tax law, some countries have already added arbitration clauses to newly negotiated tax treaties. Within the EU, the Arbitration Convention protects taxpayers in transfer pricing disputes, and the ECJ is called upon to decide tax treaty conflicts under recent tax treaties. The ICC proposed a model arbitration provision. This book provides an in-depth analysis of several concluded and proposed dispute resolution methods.

 

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Main contents

 

  • Chapter 1: The lack of legal protection in international tax law
  • Chapter 2: Optional arbitration
  • Chapter 3: Compulsory arbitration
  • Chapter 4: International Courts
  • Chapter 5: Preliminary Rulings
  • Chapter 6: Summary and Conclusion

About the author

Dr Mario Züger works in the Tax Department of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. He received the Mitchell B. Carroll Prize 2001 of the IFA and the Austrian Wolf Theiss Award 2002 for his dissertation.
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