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Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Dagan Presents Cooperation And Its Discontents Today At UC-Irvine

Tsilly Dagan (Oxford; Google Scholar) presents Cooperation and its Discontents from International Tax Policy: Between Competition and Cooperation (Cambridge University Press 2017) at UC-Irvine today as part of its Tax Policy Colloquium

Tsilly-daganIn this session of the UCI Tax Policy Colloquium, Professor Dagan will present a chapter from her book, International Tax Policy: Between Competition and Cooperation. The chapter examines why some countries participate in multilateral cooperative tax efforts that do not serve their best interests. The analysis reviews key multilateral efforts including double-taxation prevention, the campaign against harmful tax competition, information-sharing initiatives, and efforts countering base erosion and profit-shifting.

About Professor Tsilly Dagan
Professor Tsilly Dagan is Professor of Taxation Law at Oxford University and a Fellow of Worcester College. Professor Dagan’s main fields of research and teaching are tax law and policy (both domestic and international) and the interaction of the state and the market. Her book International Tax Policy: Between Competition and Cooperation (Cambridge University Press) is the winner of the 2017 Frans Vanistendael Award for International Tax Law.

Professor Dagan studied law at Tel Aviv University (LL.B., S.J.D.) and New York University (LL.M in Taxation) and joined Bar-Ilan University where she served as Associate Dean for Research as well as Editor-in-Chief of the law review and was appointed the Raoul Wallenberg Professor of Law. Professor Dagan has taught and researched as a scholar in residence at the University of Michigan, University of Western Ontario and Columbia University, and was a member of the Group on Global Justice at the Institute of Advanced Studies, Jerusalem.

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