The G20 and OECD action plan to fight Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) has been a high impact project in the field of global tax cooperation. This Task Force plans to offer its expertise on the questions how the G20/OECD BEPS project can be implemented and what could follow moving beyond BEPS in order to increase global cooperation in tax matters.
This ranges from the enabling of cooperation through bilateral agreements against double taxation to the benefits and costs of Automatic Exchange of Information, relating taxes and expenditures, and tapping underutilized sources of tax revenues for the financing of the 2030 Agenda.
The Task Force “Global Tax Cooperation” is co-chaired by:
Institute: DIE German Development Institute
Function: Senior Researcher
Research: Tax policy and reform, Decentralisation / Fiscal decentralization, Legitimacy, Coordination Latin America
Institute: Hertie School of Governance
Function: Professor of Public Management & Political Economy
Research: Political Economy, Models of Decision-making, Fiscal Governance and Fiscal Reforms, Economic and Monetary Union, Tax Competition, American Politics
Institute: African Tax Administration Forum
Function: Director Research
Country: South Africa, Cameroon
Research: Public economics, domestic resource mobilization, tax policy and tax administration, intergovernmental fiscal relations, and sub-national government finance
Institute: National Institute of Public Finance and Policy
Function: Director & Chief Executive Officer and will organise and regulate the work and responsible for the proper administration of the affairs of the Institute.
Research Field: Public Policy, Public Economics, macroeconomics, public finance