22 June 2017 from 12:00 to 14:00

PhD candidates presentations

U.S.E. Internal Seminar Series

  • 12.00-12.30 - Rositsa Neikova (external PhD candidate):
    Defining and Measuring Innovation: Literature Review and Data Collection
  • 12.30-13.00 - Sanjay Drigpal (external PhD candidate)
  • 13.00-13.30 - Rebean Al-Silefanee
  • 13.30-14.00 - Vincent Schippers
  • 14.00-14.30 - Nikolai Milogolov (external PhD candidate)
    International tax competition in the digital age: tools & outcomes
    Abstract: Main idea of my research project is to explore effects of applying tax legislation related to international economic activity by countries of different size and level of economic development (emerging markets, large developed countries, small developed countries, offshores). Main hypothesis, which I am going to test, is that different countries use different elements of their international tax rules (DTTs withholding rates, reliefs from double taxation, CFC rules, special regimes (IP, holding), residence criteria, general tax rates, etc.) as tools in global tax competition game, because they have different aims and circumstances in economic and trade policy (capital exporters/importers/intermediaries, large/small markets, level of technological development, level of law certainty and development, etc.). Goal of research is to find out optimal strategies and assess tradeoffs for uncooperative and cooperative behavior of countries in the tax competition game.
Start date and time
22 June 2017 12:00
End date and time
22 June 2017 14:00
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