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International Administrative Cooperation in Fiscal Matters a International Tax Governance

Aranzadi

Globalization reduces the relevance of national borders and new technologies enable firms, large and small, to take advantage of this new borderless environment.

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Globalization reduces the relevance of national borders and new technologies enable firms, large and small, to take advantage of this new borderless environment. Today, more than one -third of cross- border activities takes place within multinational enterprises and trade is predominantly carried out by means of global value chains. And traditionally it is the growth in these cross-border activities that have been the driving force behind global economic growth. Yet governments remain national and continue to guard jealously their fiscal sovereignty, even though in practice this sovereignty is severely constrained by the need to provide a competitive tax environment and not to get too much out of line with ones competitors.

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TITLE I. THE ROLE OF THE INTERNATIONAL AGENTS ON INTERNATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE COOPERATION IN TAX MATTERS

Chapter 1. The Role of the European Commission (TAXUD) on International Tax Cooperation

Chapter 2. The Role of oecd on International Administrative Cooperation and Governance in Tax Matters

Chapter 3. International Administrative Cooperation in Tax Matters and Tax Governance: The Role of the United Nations

Chapter 4. Tax Policy in the EU. Key Role for Tax Advisers

Chapter 5. The Role of the United States on International Administrative Cooperation in Tax Matter

TITLE II. INTERNATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE COOPERATION AND INTERNATIONAL TAX GOVERNANCE: CONCEPTS, PRINCIPLES AND SOURCES

Chapter 1. The Global Tax Model: Building Modernized Tax Systems towards on International Tax Cooperation and Global Tax Governance: Architecture for Sustainable Development & Equity Societies (Ongoing UN 2030 & Addis Ababa Action Agendas)

Chapter 2. Is There an International Fiscal Constitution?

Chapter 3. Taxation, Right to Good Administration and Behavioral Economics: Improving Public Decisions through Law

Chapter 4. International Administrative Cooperation on EXCISE TAXES: Why Administrative Cooperation in the Field of Excise Duties within the European Union Works?

Chapter 5. International Administrative Cooperation in Customs Matters

Chapter 6. The Exchange of Information as a Paradigm of Cooperation between Tax Administrations

Chapter 7. International Administrative Cooperation in the Tax Collection. The Paramount Importance of Tax Collection (in Relation with Automatic Exchange of Information)

Chapter 8. The Costs of Administrative Co-Operation. Different Approaches for Different Institutional Dynamics?

TITLE III. THE TAXPAYERS’ RIGHTS: CONCERNS AND LIMITATIONS

Chapter 1. Balancing and Safeguarding Taxpayers’ Rights within the EU – a European Taxpayers’ Code

Chapter 2. Taxpayers’ Procedural Rights During Exchange of Information Procedures

Autor
Eva Andrés Aucejo
Paginas
322
Editorial
Aranzadi
Fecha de edición
1ª edición Febrero 2019
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