Base Erosion and Profit Shifting: A Roadmap for Reform

Bulletin for International Taxation, Vol. 68, p. 275, 2014

Boston College Law School Legal Studies Research Paper No. 324

6 Pages Posted: 28 Jun 2014 Last revised: 14 Jul 2014

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Hugh J. Ault

Boston College Law School

Wolfgang Schoen

Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance, Department of Business and Tax Law

Stephen E. Shay

Harvard Law School

Date Written: June 1, 2014

Abstract

In this Editorial, the authors explain the context of this special issue of the Bulletin for International Taxation. The fundamental premise of the BEPS project is that a coordination of national responses to BEPS can both eliminate double non-taxation and protect against material unrelieved double taxation. The articles in this issue further a dialogue among tax policymakers, taxpayers, advisors and academics that is critical to achieve this objective.

Suggested Citation

Ault, Hugh J. and Schön, Wolfgang and Shay, Stephen E., Base Erosion and Profit Shifting: A Roadmap for Reform (June 1, 2014). Bulletin for International Taxation, Vol. 68, p. 275, 2014; Boston College Law School Legal Studies Research Paper No. 324. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2459646

Hugh J. Ault

Boston College Law School ( email )

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Wolfgang Schön

Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance, Department of Business and Tax Law ( email )

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Munich, 80539
Germany

Stephen E. Shay (Contact Author)

Harvard Law School ( email )

1563 Manssachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138
United States

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