Paul L. Caron

Friday, March 11, 2016

BYU Hosts Symposium Today On The Cutting Edge Of International Tax Reform

BYU (2016)2016 BYU Law Review Symposium, A Scholarly Conversation at the Cutting Edge of International Tax Reform:

  • Allison Christians (McGill), Not-So-Soft Law: The OECD Tax Regime
  • Kimberly Clausing (Reed College), Competitiveness, Tax Base Erosion, and the Essential Dilemma of Corporate Tax Reform
  • J. Clifton Fleming Jr. (BYU) & Robert J. Peroni (Texas), You Can Run But You Can’t Hide: Addressing Inversions and Defending Worldwide Taxation with a Shareholder-based Definition of Corporate Residence
  • Omri Marian (UC-Irvine), Private Investment Funds and International Tax Avoidance
  • Diane Ring (Boston College), Developing Countries in an Age of Transparency and Disclosure
  • Julie Roin (Chicago), Inversions and Source Taxation: Changing the Paradigm for the Taxation of Foreign and Foreign-Owned Businesses
  • Bret Wells (Houston), The Foreign Tax Credit War

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