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Taxing Portfolio Income in Global Financial Markets

An examination of the taxation of portfolio income (dividends, interest and capital gains) in the context of global financial markets.
 
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Taxing Portfolio Income in Global Financial Markets

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Volume 2 in the Doctoral Series

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ISBN:

90-76078-44-0

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Number of pages:

482

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Title:

Taxing Portfolio Income in Global Financial Markets

Series:

Volume 2 in the Doctoral Series

Author(s):
Date of publication:
ISBN:

90-76078-44-0

Type of publication:

Online book

Number of pages:

482

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Price:
EUR 99 / USD 126 (VAT excl.)
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Taxing Portfolio Income in Global Financial Markets

Why this book?

The book offers both an explanation of the current patterns of international taxation in this area, and provides a normative analysis of what the patterns should look like.
 

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This book is part of the IBFD Doctoral Series

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Main contents

 

  • Chapter 1: The globalized world of finance – a snapshot
  • Chapter 2: Taxing crossborder capital income – the theoretical foundations
  • Chapter 3: Taxing portfolio income – the unglobalized international tax arsenal
  • Chapter 4: The politics of international cooperation in theory
  • Chapter 5: The politics of international cooperation in practice
  • Chapter 6: The international tax system and global financial markets – some positive and normative conclusions.

About the author

Dr Doron Herman is a tax lawyer with S. Friedman & Co. in Tel Aviv, Israel. He is the author of several articles on Israeli taxation.
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