Special issue I: International Tax Challenges for Developing Countries. Introduction

3 Pages Posted: 6 Aug 2020

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Yvette Lind

Copenhagen Business School - CBS Law

Date Written: August 5, 2020

Abstract

Copenhagen Business School hosts a conference concerning inequality within the international tax regime on the 14th of September. This conference brings together researchers who are at the forefront of their respective fields in order to identify, discuss, and to underline future challenges associated to inequality in the international tax context. These discussions will subsequently be published in three separate special issues:
1. “Special issue I: International Tax Challenges for Developing Countries”, forthcoming in the Nordic Journal on Law and Society in the end of 2020
2. “Special issue II: Inequality within the International Tax Regime”, forthcoming in the Nordic Tax Journal in the spring of 2021
3. “Special issue III: Comparative Perspectives on Inequality within Taxation”, forthcoming in the Nordic Journal on Law and Society in the fall of 2021
The papers attached to this working paper issue concerns the relationship between developing- and developed states with an emphasis on present shortcomings when allocating taxing rights in a fair and sustainable manner.

Keywords: International tax law, Developing countries

JEL Classification: K34, O20, O40

Suggested Citation

Lind, Yvette, Special issue I: International Tax Challenges for Developing Countries. Introduction (August 5, 2020). Copenhagen Business School, CBS LAW Research Paper No. 20-12, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3667711

Yvette Lind (Contact Author)

Copenhagen Business School - CBS Law ( email )

Porcelaenshave 18B, 1
Frederiksberg 2000
Denmark

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