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Trends and Players in Tax Policy

This book examines how different countries pursue their tax policy goals in the global economy, while simultaneously trying to secure competitiveness and protect the national tax base. 
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Trends and Players in Tax Policy

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Trends and Players in Tax Policy

Why this book?

Tax policy has always been a predominant element of national economic policies and a decisive tool in directing the actions of governments in the economic field. In the past decade, however, as an increasingly globalized economy has presented challenges, tax policy has gained new importance because of its global dimension.
 
The aim of this book is to provide a comprehensive overview of the tax policy trends that can be seen in various countries since the turn of the century. Thirty-three national reports from countries across the globe have been compiled in this volume. The reports, which were prepared for the conference “Trends and Players in Tax Policy” that took place in Rust (Austria) from 4-6 July 2013, focus on how different countries pursue their tax policy goals in the global economy and try to secure competitiveness and, at the same time, protect the national tax base. Much attention is given to the main factors influencing the formulation of tax policies and tax legislation as well as to the changes in the relationship between tax administrations and taxpayers. In addition to the national aspects, the book also outlines global trends and best practices through which it hopes to set the path to building up a globally consistent exercise of tax sovereignty. The general report extensively discusses issues connected with the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project, taking into account national reports and other information on additional countries.
 
The book is of relevance to tax policymakers, tax practitioners, academics and students doing research on tax law, and all those who have an interest in the most current issues in the field of tax policy.

 

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This book is part of the WU Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law - Tax Law and Policy Series

 

Editor(s)

Michael Lang, Jeffrey Owens, Pasquale Pistone, Alexander Rust, Josef Schuch, Claus Staringer and Alfred Storck are professors at the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law of the WU Vienna University of Economics and Business.

 

Author(s)

Kristiina Äimä, Hrvoje Arbutina, Leyla Ateş, Mateus Calicchio Barbosa, Sabina Taškar Beloglavec, Krzysztof Biernacki, Jasna Bogovac, Alicja Brodzka, Kim Brooks, Nevia Čičin-Šain, Sonja Cindori, Cecilia Delgado Ratto, Thomas Dubut, Riël Franzsen, Daniel Fuentes, Cristián Gárate, Lidija Hauptman, Kenneth Hellsten, Sigrid Hemels, Lars Andreas Henie, Kang JIA, Domingo Jesús Jiménez-Valladolid de L’Hotellerie-Fallois, Borbála Kolozs, Svetislav V. Kostić, Richard Krever, Na LI, César Martínez Sánchez, Peter Mellor, Lukáš Moravec, Katharina Müller, Gert Müller-Gatermann, Danuše Nerudová, Katerina Pantazatou, Ciprian Păun, Dragoș Păun, Miguel Cortez Pimentel, Evgeniy V. Pustovalov, Natalia Quiñones, Ivan Reiner, Ramunas Riazanskis, Jennifer Roeleveld, Tereza Rogić Lugarić, Adrian Sawyer, Anna B. Scapa Passalacqua, Luís Eduardo Schoueri, Anne Selbert, Andrew Smith, Maryte Somare, Alessandro Turina, Caroline Turnbull-Hall, Félix Alberto Vega Borrego, Danil V. Vinnitskiy, Chris Wales, Craig West, Björn Westberg, V. Felipe Yañez, Alexander Zeiler, Frederik Zimmer. 

Reviewed by Mattia Anesa

Australian Tax Review, Vol. 46, No. 1 (2017), pp. 61-63


The last two decades have seen incredible changes in tax policy, with national jurisdictions trying to keep pace with a spread of political, social and economic transformations occurring at global level.This book boldly attempts to review such changes with a bottom-up approach.
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