Charles E. Hyde

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Multinational Transfer Pricing, Tax Arbitrage, and the Arm's Length Principle

Number of pages: 13 Posted: 07 Oct 2004
Chongwoo Choe and Charles E. Hyde
Monash University - Department of Economics and Independent
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Multinational transfer pricing, arm's length principle

Keeping Two Sets of Books: The Relationship Between Tax & Incentive Transfer Prices

Number of pages: 26 Posted: 01 Apr 2004
Chongwoo Choe and Charles E. Hyde
Monash University - Department of Economics and Independent
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Tax transfer price, incentive transfer price, multinational enterprises

Keeping Two Sets of Books: The Relationship between Tax & Incentive Transfer Prices

Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 165-186, Spring 2005
Posted: 02 Feb 2005
Chongwoo Choe and Charles E. Hyde
Monash University - Department of Economics and Independent

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Trasnfer price, tax arbitrage, incentives

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Evaluating Mergers in the Australian Petroleum Industry

Economic Record, Vol. 78, pp. 299-311, 2002
Number of pages: 13 Posted: 17 Feb 2003
Charles E. Hyde
Independent
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Regulating Multiple Polluters: Deterrence and Liability Allocation

International Economic Review
Posted: 07 Mar 2000
Charles E. Hyde, Gordon C. Rausser and Leo K. Simon
Independent, University of California, Berkeley - Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and U.C. Berkeley, Dept of Agricultural and Resource Economics

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Regulating Multiple Polluters: Deterrence and Liability Allocation

Posted: 10 Jan 1998
Charles E. Hyde, Gordon C. Rausser and Leo K. Simon
Independent, University of California, Berkeley - Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and U.C. Berkeley, Dept of Agricultural and Resource Economics

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