Seminar: Corporate Income Tax in a Small Open Economy

Published under: Solberg's Government

Publisher Ministry of Finance

Seminar hosted by the Norwegian Tax Commission (Scheel Commission)

What are the challenges facing the corporate income tax and which solutions are available? In this seminar we will focus on possible solutions within the existing international framework; how should the corporate income tax be designed in a globalized world and what can a small open economy do to protect its corporate tax base?

What are the challenges facing the corporate income tax and which solutions are available? In this seminar we will focus on possible solutions within the existing international framework; how should the corporate income tax be designed in a globalized world and what can a small open economy do to protect its corporate tax base?

Program (printer-friendly):

9.30

10.00

Registration and coffee

10.00

10.10

Hans Henrik Scheel

Director General of Statistics Norway and Head of the Norwegian Tax Commission

Welcome

10.10

10.55

Ruud de Mooij

Deputy Division Chief, Tax Policy Division, IMF

Corporate Income Tax in a Small Open Economy – Challenges and Possible Solutions

10.55

11.40

Gaëtan Nicodème

Head of Unit, Directorate for Taxation and Customs Union, European Commission

Thin Capitalization Rules and other Measures to Counter Profit Shifting

11.40

12.25

Lunch

12.25

13.10

Judith Freedman

Professor of Taxation Law, Oxford University

New Approaches to Tax Avoidance and Experiences with the UK GAAR

1310

1335

Coffee

1335

14.20

Johann Müller

Chief Adviser, Danish Tax and Customs Administration

Anti-Hybrid Regulations and Source Taxation – the Danish Experience

14.20

15.00

Peter Melz

Professor of fiscal law, Stockholm University and Member of the Swedish Tax Commission

Update on the work of the Swedish Tax Commission

Moderator:

Annette Alstadsæter
Associate professor, University of Oslo and Member of the Scheel Commission

 

 

 Webcast: The seminar is possible to watch online here.