Tax Treaty Arbitration

This book provides an overview of the effectiveness of tax treaty arbitration and the approach towards recent legislative changes in 36 countries across the globe.

Why this book?

Tax treaty arbitration is a topic that has become more important than ever before. In a post-BEPS world, where tax treaty disputes are expected to increase significantly as a result of the different measures taken to address treaty abuse, a well-functioning dispute resolution mechanism is key to solving tax treaty disputes. Both the OECD and the European Union took initiatives to improve the mechanisms for dispute resolution in tax matters. The OECD amended article 25 of the OECD Model on the mutual agreement procedure and the European Union adopted Council Directive 2017/1852 on tax dispute resolution mechanisms in the European Union. The aim of this book is to provide tax authorities, policymakers, courts and practitioners an overview of the effectiveness of tax treaty arbitration and the approach towards the recent changes in 36 countries.

This book comprises 36 national reports from countries across the globe and is the outcome of a conference on tax treaty arbitration that took place from 5 to 7 July 2018 in Rust (Austria). More than 100 experts, including the authors of the national reports, were brought together to discuss recent developments in the field of tax treaty arbitration. A general report highlights the most important findings of the conference.

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

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Editor(s)

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

Svitlana Buriak, Shimeng Lan, Alexandra Miladinovic and Jean-Philippe Van West are teaching and research associates at WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law.

 

Contributor(s)

Kristiina Äimä, Ifeanyichukwu Azuka Aniyie, Muhammad Ashfaq Ahmed, Rahul Batheja, Alexander Bosman, Catherine Brown, Kirsten Burmester, Mateus Calicchio Barbosa, Fatima Chaouche, Nevia Čičin-Šain, Adrien Clinard, Lucas de Heer, Marilena Ene, Emmanuel Igwe Eze, Eivind Furuseth, Sriram Govind, Daniel Gutmann, Gordana Ilić-Popov, Petra Kamínková, Borbála Kolozs, Jiří Kostohryz, Katharina Kubik, Paolo Ludovici, Henri Lyyski, Aleksandra Maksimovska Stojkova, Michelle Markham, Željko Martinović, Yuri Matsubara, Clement Okello Migai, Peter Nias, Dana Olzhabayeva, Katerina Pantazatou, Céline Pasquier, Bart Peeters, Cristóbal Pérez Jarpa, Katerina Perrou, Pietro Piccone Ferrarotti, Pasquale Pistone, Rodrigo Polanco Lazo, Dejan Popović, Evgenii Pustovalov, Natalia Quiñones, Isabelle Richelle, David Rüll, Andrey Savitskiy, Luís Eduardo Schoueri, Fernando Serrano Antón, Madeleine Simonek, Ganda Christian Tobing, Laura Turcan, Danil V. Vinnitskiy, Adrian Wardzynski, Elizabeth Whitsitt, Felipe Yáñez Villanueva, Liao Yixin, Lidija Živković.

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