Dr Michael Daly, a Geneva-based specialist in international trade and tax policies, will give this seminar on the World Trade Organization.
The Tax and Transfer Policy Institute will host a panel and roundtable discussion with Professor Daniel Beland from Canada. He will join Director and Professor Miranda Stewart, Professor Peter Whiteford, Professor Adrian Kay and Dr Tracy Beck Fenwick with expertise on health and welfare financing and delivery in a federal context, drawing on historical and comparative experience where relevant for Australia’s contemporary context.
A panel of academic and government speakers will lead a debate on renewing the federation. The event will be chaired by Professor Miranda Stewart, Director of the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute at Crawford School.
In this special lunchbox debate – one of the key events of ANU Policy Outlook 2014 – the Commissioner of Taxation, Chris Jordan AO together with a panel of experts will look at the challenges facing our tax system from administrative, taxpayer, practitioner, economic and political perspectives.
A BRICS response to base erosion and profit shifting: the view from Brazil on international tax reform
In this seminar Professor Flavio Rubinstein will discuss international tax reform from Brazil’s perspective.
In the first of the Tax and Transfer seminar series Professor Rachel Griffith will discuss what taxable profits represent, and what effects corporate taxes and proposed reforms might have on economic activity. Held at the Departmental Conference Room, The Treasury.
The new Tax and Transfer Policy Institute at The Australian National University, announced in the recent Federal Budget, with an initial $3 million endowment and supporting cash and ongoing funding from ANU, will aim to answer the big questions for the country and region about tax and transfer systems.