Base Erosion and Profit Shifting: A Roadmap for Reform

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Title: Base Erosion and Profit Shifting: A Roadmap for Reform
Author: Shay, Stephen E.
Citation: Hugh J. Ault, Wolfgang Schon, & Stephen E. Shay, Base Erosion and Profit Shifting: A Roadmap for Reform, 68 Bull. Int'l Tax'n 275 (2014).
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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.
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