BLOG 25.6.2020

Overhaul of international corporate taxation: A Finnish perspective

Overhaul of international corporate taxation: A Finnish perspective

International corporate taxation is in need of an overhaul but none of the reform proposals made so far provides an entirely satisfactory solution to the problem. The Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) proposed by the European Union would change the fundamentals of the international tax system and limit profit shifting. At the same time, it would probably also reduce Finland’s corporate tax revenue. A combination of different corporate tax reforms is unlikely to result in a workable package.

Weekly seminar
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17 December 2020

Myra Mohnen (University of Essex and University of Ottawa)

TBA

10.30-11.30

Weekly seminar
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10 December 2020

Simon Jäger (MIT Economics)

TBA

10.30-11.30

Weekly seminar
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03 December 2020

Miriam Wüst (University of Copenhagen)

TBA

10.30-11.30

Weekly seminar
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26 November 2020

Meltem Daysal (University of Southern Denmark)

TBA

10.30-11.30

Weekly seminar
Discrimination, Managers, and Firm Performance: Evidence from "Aryanizations" in Nazi Germany

19 November 2020

Kilian Huber (Booth School of Business, University of Chicago)

Discrimination, Managers, and Firm Performance: Evidence from "Aryanizations" in Nazi Germany

10.30-11.30

Weekly seminar
Taxation and International Mobility: Evidence from Finland

12 November 2020

Jukka Pirttilä (University of Helsinki)

Taxation and International Mobility: Evidence from Finland

10.30-11.30

Weekly seminar
TBA

29 October 2020

Jarkko Harju (VATT)

TBA

10.30-11.30

Weekly seminar
Strategic or Confused Firms? Evidence from "Missing" Transactions in Uganda

22 October 2020

Miguel Almunia (CUNEF Madrid)

Strategic or Confused Firms? Evidence from "Missing" Transactions in Uganda

10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
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