Category Archives: Governance

The Legitimacy of the EU standard of good governance in tax matters

THE EUCROSS Conference gathered experts from investment, tax, trade, political science and international relations from 14 to 15 June in Hong Kong. The topic of the conference was The EU and its Partners in Global Governance: Trade, Investment, Taxation and … Continue reading

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G20 and Tax competition: What is the Contribution of Global Tax Governance to the G20 Agenda?

The Argentinian Presidency of the G20 has engaged think thanks and leading experts (task forces) from around the world to provide valuable analysis to the G20 dialogue and produce ideas which contribute to the achievement of concrete and sustainable policies … Continue reading

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Good Governance in Tax Matters

I am currently working on two papers on good governance in tax matters for EU countries and for non-EU (third) countries, and after doing a lot of reading on the topic, I just realized that I needed to go back … Continue reading

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What are the spill-over effects of Member States’ tax treaties on developing countries?

More than 60 participants from some EU member and accession countries, academia, scholars, and business discussed the spill-over effects of Member States’ tax treaties on developing countries. This workshop took place under the EU Fiscalis 2020 programme in Podgorica, Montenegro … Continue reading

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G20 Inception Workshop: Task force on trade, investment and taxation

The journey in the GLOBTAXGOV project started with the G20 task force trade, investment and tax cooperation in which I am currently participating with some policy recommendations on tax competition, global tax governance and developing countries.  Argentina has the presidency … Continue reading

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