International Tax Cooperation: The Challenges and Opportunities of Multilateralism, 10-11 December 2018 – Call for papers/posters, closes 10 August.
July 7, 2018 | by David Massey
Full details of the conference are here
“This conference aims at engaging academics (both established and early career), policymakers and representatives of international organisations in the evaluation of the recent developments in international tax cooperation and exploring the challenges and opportunities created by multilateral approaches.
The event will take place at Saïd Business School in Oxford, from Monday 10 December to Tuesday 11 December 2018. It is supported by the British Academy as part of the British Academy’s Rising Star Engagement Award.
We invite you to submit a paper for this conference and would welcome academic research which explores recent developments in international tax cooperation and in particular studies which enrich our understanding of multilateral approaches, their added value and limitations. Papers focusing on specific examples, e.g. the analysis of MLI or economic effects of tax transparency or certain anti-avoidance measures, are encouraged. Submissions can include papers from law, economics, international relations and other disciplines, as well as interdisciplinary contributions.
Submissions can either be completed/published papers, or extended abstracts of work in progress (at least two pages). Unpublished papers presented at the conference will be considered for publication in a special issue of British Tax Review.
We also invite doctoral students to submit posters on research projects related to the subject of the conference. Submissions can include research in law, economics, International relations and other disciplines, as well as interdisciplinary contributions.