The International Economic Association (IEA) and the University of Nottingham invite you to a short online roundtable on the topic of ‘The Economics and Economic Policy of Corporation Tax’.
In July 2021, under the auspices of the OECD, 130 countries issued a joint statement to establish a new international framework for corporation tax. This comprised a reallocation of the rights to tax multinationals across countries, and a global minimum corporate tax rate. However, the reforms remain to be implemented and their precise nature to be defined, while the economic impact of corporation tax remains a controversial subject.
The IEA has assembled two panels of leading economists and policy makers to debate these issues. We hope you can join us.
Organizers: Omar Licandro (University of Nottingham), Dani Rodrik (Harvard University), and Gregory Thwaites (University of Nottingham)
Date: Monday 27 September, 2021 (Virtual by Zoom),
11:00 am EDT | 4:00 pm BST
Opening remarks: Dani Rodrik (Harvard University)
Policy Brief: The economics of international corporate taxation
Moderated by: Greg Thwaites (University of Nottingham)
Speakers: Alexander Klemm (IMF), Simon Naitram (University of the West Indies), and Matthew Wenzierl (Harvard Business School and NBER)
12:00-12:10 pm EDT | 5:00-5:10 pm BST – Break
12:10 pm EDT | 5:10 pm BST
Opening remarks: Professor Shearer West (Vice-Chancellor, University of Nottingham)
Policy Panel: Policy considerations
Moderated by: Dani Rodrik (Harvard University)
Speakers: Jose Antonio Ocampo (Columbia University), Carmen Reinhart (World Bank Group), and Joseph Stiglitz (Columbia University).
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