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International spillovers of taxation

Jacob A. Frenkel

International spillovers of taxation

by Jacob A. Frenkel

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taxation -- Mathematical models,
  • Saving and investment -- Mathematical models.,
  • Balance of payments.,
  • International economic relations.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJacob A. Frenkel, Assaf Razin, Steven Symansky.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper no. 2927, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 2927.
    ContributionsRazin, Assaf., Symansky, Steven A.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22437524M

    International Taxation in America for the Entrepreneur for the International Taxation for the Business Owner and Foreign Investor: Updated for the May Brian Dooley out of 5 stars   Tax spillovers were first identified as a significant problem in an IMF paper in They were defined as the impact of one country’s tax rules and practices on others. Tax spillovers were found to have a “significant and sizable” impact in reducing corporate tax bases and rates, especially in developing countries.

    It is often argued that multinationals are reluctant to transfer technology due to the fear of spillovers. We show that this need not be the case if host country policies like taxation are taken into account. Furthermore, we examine the incentives the multinational and the host country have to engage in an international joint venture. Tax spillovers are the effects one country's tax rules and practices have on other countries. They have been assessed in aggregate terms by the IMF using econometric models, and were found to have a ‘significant and sizable’ impact in reducing corporate tax bases and rates in ‘developing countries. However, a widely accepted form of country level spillover analysis remains elusive.

      CA Final International Taxation book is meant for students of CA Final, who have opted for international taxation as an Elective Paper, as well as other person who are looking to understand the Basics of International Taxation, with specific reference to Indian perspective. CA Final International Taxation Book -Key Features. 1. International spillovers from US monetary policy, government spending, and tax policy shocks take on a different nature the 21st century than they did in post-Bretton Woods period. Their analysis is based on the a panel of 17 high income and emerging market economies.


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6 International Spillovers of Taxation Jacob A. Frenkel, Assaf Razin, and Steve Symansky Tax policies have profound effects on the temporal composition and on the intertemporal evolution of the macro economy.

They influence saving and investment decisions of households and firms as well as decisions governing labor supply and by: 4. International spillovers of taxation. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Jacob A Frenkel; Assaf Razin; Steven.

Get this from a library. International spillovers of taxation. [Jacob A Frenkel; Assaf Razin; Steven A Symansky; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- This paper deals with the international effects of taxation. Tax policies have profound effects on the temporal composition and on the intertemporal evolution of the macro economy.

The analysis. International Spillovers of Taxation. The characteristics of the model allow to assess intertemporal adjustment, intergenerational incidence and international spillovers of this policy change. The institutional framework for addressing international tax spillovers is weak.

As the strength and pervasiveness of tax spillovers become increasingly apparent, the case for an inclusive and less piecemeal approach to international tax cooperation grows.

May 9,   This paper explores the nature, significance and policy implications of spillovers in international corporate taxation—the effects of one country’s rules and practices on others.

It complements current initiatives focused on tax avoidance by multinationals, notably the GOECD project on Base Erosion and Profit shifting (BEPS).

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tax laws. The book emphasizes those areas generally accepted to be essential to tax practice. The book is written primarily as a desk reference Reviews: 7.

Practical Guide to U.S. Taxation of International Transactions (10th Edition) provides readers with a practical command of the tax issues raised by international transactions and how those issues are resolved by U.S. tax laws. The book emphasizes those areas generally accepted to be essential to tax practice.

The book is written primarily as a desk reference for tax practitioners and is. What is International Taxation. 1 2. International Tax Conflicts and Double Taxation 2 3. Double Tax Treaties 3 4. Domestic Tax Systems 4 5.

International Offshore Financial Centres 4 6. Anti-avoidance Measures 5 7. International Tax Planning 6 8. Structure of the Book 7 9. Suggested Further Reading 8 Books 8 OECD Publications 8 International Spillovers of Taxation Jacob A.

Frenkel, Assaf Razin, Steve Symansky. NBER Working Paper No. (Also Reprint No. r) Issued in April NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment, Public Economics, International Finance and Macroeconomics This paper deals with the international effects of taxation.

International double taxation The belief that international double taxation is a barrier to the placement of investments abroad developed from the era of the League of Nations (see Chapter 1) and is still prevalent today within the OECD However, this belief has always been questionable, even during the era of the League of Nations.

Book. Full-text available. International taxation involves the imposition and levying of taxes on cross-border transactions. This action invariably gives rise to problems, since it involves.

Taxation is by and large the most important source in nearly all countries. According to the most recent estimates from the International Centre for Tax and Development, total tax revenues account for more than 80% of total government revenue in about half of the countries in the world – and more than 50% in almost every country.

We begin this entry by providing an overview of historical. The paramount issue underlying all international tax considerations is how the revenue from taxes imposed on income earned by the entities of a transnational corporate system is allocated among countries.

The resolution of this issue is the main purpose of international taxation agreements, which seek, among other. International Spillovers of Taxation Jacob A. Frenkel, Assaf Razin, and Steve Symansky Comment: Willem H. Buiter 7.

International Trade Effects of Value-Added Taxation Martin Feldstein and Paul Krugman Comment: Avinash Dixit 8. Tax Incentives and International Capital Flows: The Case of the United States and Japan.

Taxation in the Global Economy [Assaf Razin and Joel Slemrod]. The increasing globalization of economic activity is bringing an awareness of the international consequences of tax policy.

The move toward the common European market in raises the i. Part 1 International Taxation Theory 1 1 The Evolution of International Taxation 3 Colin Read Introduction 5 2 Summary, Description, and Extensions of the Capital Income Effective Tax Rate Literature 11 Fernando M.M.

Ruiz and Marcel Gérard Introduction 13 Forward-looking ETRs 14 The cost of capital 14 Marginal ETR In recent years, the treaties and strategies promoting global investment have changed dramatically.

The widespread liberalization of economic policy has effectively spurred an increase in foreign direct investment (FDI). By encouraging foreign investors to enter international markets, many countries are witnessing exponential growth within their economies and local industries.

International taxation is the study or determination of tax on a person or business subject to the tax laws of different countries, or the international aspects of an individual country's tax laws as the case may be.

Governments usually limit the scope of their income taxation in some manner territorially or provide for offsets to taxation relating to extraterritorial income. Online shopping for International Taxation from a great selection at Books Store.Limiting negative international QE spillovers calls for policies targeting capital flows.

Abstract This paper develops a two-country model with asset market segmentation to investigate the effects of quantitative easing implemented by the major central banks on a typical small open economy that follows independent monetary policy.

Sponsors: Action Aid/UK, IMF, TJN Africa, New Rules Coalition, International Centre for Tax Development Panellists: Anna Thomas (ActionAid UK), Vicky Perry (Assistant Director, Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF), Michael Durst (Contributing Editor for Bloomberg BNA), Michael Keen (Deputy Director, Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF), Savior Mwambwa (Tax Justice Network Africa), CHAIR: Jo .