Global Tax Governance
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High-profile scandals and increasing public debt after the financial crisis have put issues of international taxation high on the political agenda. This book offers a rare combination of empirical analysis with normative and institutional proposals for global tax governance. Essential reading for anyone interested in an analysis beyond media headlines.
'...Anyone concerned with international taxation will benefit from this excellent collection of essays about the nature and possible resolutions of the conflicts within and between states about fiscal sovereignty, tax competition, and domestic and international equity that underlie the international tax discussion.'
Richard Bird, University of Toronto