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July 08, 2021

ABA webinar series focuses on taxing rights in global economy

WASHINGTON, July 8, 2021 — Oxford University professor and taxation policy expert Michael Devereux will be the featured speaker for the second installment of the American Bar Association tax webinar series “The Realignment of Taxing Rights in the Global Economy: Impacts & Challenges,” on Wednesday, July 14.

Devereux is director of the Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation and a professor of business taxation at Saïd Business School. His work focuses on the impact of taxes on business behavior as well as the design of appropriate tax policies for business. A particular interest is the international side of corporation tax, including where companies do and should pay tax on profit, how differences in taxes affect real economic decisions and how this affects the process of competition between countries.

What:   Taxing Profit in a Global Economy” webinar
Second installment of the six-part series
“The Realignment of Taxing Rights in the Global Economy:
Impacts & Challenges,” sponsored by the ABA Section of Taxation Transfer Pricing Committee

When:  Wednesday, July 14, at 1 p.m. EDT

Where:  Online

The webinar series, hosted by Professor William Seeger of the University of Texas at Arlington College of Business Administration, discusses the rules, policies and other developments that will affect transfer pricing and tax profiles today and tomorrow.

A complete series schedule can be found online. For media registration, please contact Barbranda Walls at [email protected].

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