What shall we do with company tax?

Crawford School of Public Policy | Tax and Transfer Policy Institute
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Conference

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Date & time

Monday 24 July 2017 to Tuesday 25 July 2017
9.00am–5.00pm

Venue

Barton Theatre, Level 1, JG Crawford Building 132, Lennox Crossing, ANU

Speaker

Michael Devereux, Oxford University; and David Rosenbloom, New York University School of Law.

Contacts

Diane Paul
02 61259318

The Tax and Transfer Policy Institute is holding an interdisciplinary academic and policy conference on the future of company tax.
In a time of political and economic flux, from Trump to Brexit, tax competition to base erosion and profit shifting, the company tax is hotly debated. How important is the company tax, at home and abroad? Is it broke and does it need fixing? What reform options are available, ideal or pragmatic? What difference will company tax reform make to revenues, jobs and growth? How can we design the company tax for small businesses and multinational giants; digital industries and the resources sector; startups and listed firms? What difference, if any, for low income and high income countries? And is international cooperation, or tax competitiveness, the way forward?

Join us to debate one of the biggest tax policy challenges of the day, with keynote speakers including Professor Michael Devereux, Director of the Centre for Business Taxation at Oxford University and one of the architects of the Destination Cash Flow Corporate Tax that has been prominent in United States debates; and Professor David Rosenbloom of New York University School of Law, United States.

CALL FOR PAPERS: We have limited places available at this conference for submitted papers on company tax reform, as indicated in the theme above. We invite submissions of scholarly papers from Australia and internationally. Interested authors should submit an abstract of no more than 200 words to tax.policy@anu.edu.au by Monday 8 May and will be notified by the end of May if the abstract is accepted. If the full paper is available, this may be submitted for consideration. If accepted, it is expected that a draft paper will be submitted by Monday 17 July (one week before the conference). Some funding is available to support travel and accommodation for successful authors to travel to the conference, on a discretionary basis.

Questions should be sent to Professor Miranda Stewart, miranda.stewart@anu.edu.au or coordinator Diane Paul, tax.policy@anu.edu.au .

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