Monday, 28.08.2017 - Wednesday, 30.08.2017 - Geneva, Switzerland

Authors' Workshop on Developing Country Tax Policies and Cooperation

The outcomes of Erosion and Profit Shifting project (BEPS), launched in September 2015 by the OECD, confirm the existence of a need for a thoroughgoing reform of international tax cooperation.

The South Centre seeks to publish a volume of papers on tax policy and tax cooperation written by developing country officials and experts addressing the tension between developing countries’ own tax innovation and reforms and implementation of the internationally recognized OECD standards. The volume will contain case studies from India, Brazil, Uganda, Ethiopia, among others. Topics include the treatment of tax havens, taxing extractive industries and technical services in Africa as well as the improvement of transfer pricing audits and mutual administrative assistance.

This workshop was jointly organized by the South Centre and the FES Geneva Office.

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