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‘Worldwide solution for tax evasion not yet in sight’
The Panama Papers and Paradise Papers provide evidence that companies and individuals are evading tax on a large scale. Worldwide tax agreements can put a stop to this. But for the time being a treaty that will address the problem at its root is not in sight, in the opinion of legal expert Dirk Broekhuijsen.
Irma Mosquera Valderrama
What you need to know about tax avoidance
Hardly anyone likes paying tax. That's true for private citizens, but also for many multinationals. To maximise their profit, some companies stash their income in tax havens. How exactly does that work? And are there other options? Tax lawyers Jan Vleggeert and Tanja Bender explain.
The Duke-Leiden Institute in Global and Transnational Law
Course, Summer Institute
Tax lawyer Sjoerd Douma best Coursera lecturer
Professor Sjoerd Douma has been named the top lecturer on Coursera, the best-known platform for online courses. Students gave him an average score of 9.8 - almost unheard of for a lecturer in International Tax Law.
From Tax Havens to Tax Justice
On Friday 17 November 2017, H.E. Dr. María Fernanda Espinosa, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility of the Republic of Ecuador gave a lecture on Fairness in Global Taxation at the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies at Leiden University, Campus The Hague.
'Time for a fundamental strategy on State aid to multinationals'
The debate on tax evasion by multinationals is in full swing in many Member States. Last week it was announced that the European Commission has started an investigation into possible illegal State aid from the Netherlands to Nike. It is likely that dozens of other companies are getting away with it.
A multilateral tax treaty: designing an instrument to modernise international tax law
The Duke-Leiden Institute in Global and Transnational Law: Call for Applications 2019
The Grotius Centre, in collaboration with Duke Law School, will be hosting the Duke-Leiden Institute in Global and Transnational Law from 16 June to 17 July 2019 in The Hague, the International City of Peace and Justice. Applications for the second edition are now open!