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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

The Ten Most Downloaded Tax Papers In 2015

  1. SSRN Logo[4620 Downloads]  Some Reflections on the OECD and the Sources of International Tax Principles (2013), by Hugh Ault (Boston College)
  2. [2858 Downloads]  Are We Heading Towards a Corporate Tax System Fit for the 21st Century? (2014), by Michael Devereux (Oxford) & John Vella (Oxford)
  3. [2500 Downloads]  Measuring Income Tax Evasion using Bank Credit: Evidence from Greece (2015), by Nikolaos Artavanis (UMass), Adair Morse (UC-Berkeley) & Margarita Tsoutsoura (Chicago)
  4. [1427 Downloads]  iTax: Apple's International Tax Structure and the Double Non-Taxation Issue (2014), by Antony Ting (Sydney)
  5. [1405 Downloads]  What Do We Know About Base Erosion and Profit Shifting? A Review of the Empirical Literature (2014), by Dhammika Dharmapala (Chicago)
  6. [1329 Downloads]  Top Marginal Effective Tax Rates by State and by Source of Income, 2012 Tax Law vs. 2013 Tax Law (As Enacted in ATRA) (2013), by Gerald Prante (Lynchburg) & Austin John (Lynchburg)
  7. [1189 Downloads]  Taxing Multinationals in Europe (2012), by Wolfgang Schoen (Max Planck)
  8. [1028 Downloads]  The Nature and Practice of Capital Tax Competition (2015), by Kimberly Clausing (Reed)
  9. [903 Downloads]  Double Tax Treaties: An Introduction (2007), by Reuven Avi-Yonah (Michigan)
  10. [831 Downloads]  David Foster Wallace on Tax Policy: How to Be an Adult, and Other Mysteries of the Universe (2015), by Arthur Cockfield (Queen's)

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