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Friday, October 27, 2017

7th Annual NYU/UCLA Tax Policy Symposium: New Approaches To The International Tax Base

NYU UCLA (2016)The Seventh Annual NYU/UCLA Tax Policy Symposium on New Approaches to Calculation and Allocation of the International Tax Base takes place today at NYU:

At this year’s symposium, panelists will consider the merits of origin-based versus destination-based systems as well as the merits of income versus cashflow taxes. Discussion about various reform options will encompass theoretical fundamentals, likely tax planning responses, administrability, and tax treaty compatibility.

Panel #1:  Destination-Based Cashflow Taxes and Tax Planning
Moderator:  Dan Shaviro (NYU)
Lead Author:  John Vella (Oxford)
Commentators:  Debbie Paul (Wachtell, Lipton), Scott Wilkie (Blakes)

Panel #2:  Feasible Approaches to Residence-Based Apportionment
Moderator:  Eric Zolt (UCLA)
Lead Author:  Wei Cui (UBC)
Commentators:  Bob Peroni (Texas), Steven Dean (Brooklyn)

12:40-2:00 p.m.: Lunch Break

Panel #3:  Destination-Based Taxes Under an Income Base
Moderator:  Lily Batchelder (NYU)
Lead Author:  Paul Oosterhuis (Skadden)
Commentators:  Itai Grinberg (Georgetown), Danielle Rolfes (KPMG)

Panel #4:  Destination-Based Cashflow Taxes and Tax Treaty Compatibility
Moderator:  Kirk Stark (UCLA)
Lead Author:  Fadi Shaheen (Rutgers)
Commentators:  David Rosenbloom (NYU), Rebecca Kysar (Brooklyn)

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