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Inspired by a postgraduate course the authors have jointly taught at the University of Cambridge since 2001, Peter Harris and David Oliver use their divergent backgrounds (academia and tax practice) to build a conceptual framework that not only makes the tax treatment of complex commercial transactions understandable and accessible, but also challenges the current orthodoxy of international tax norms. Designed specifically for postgraduate students and junior practitioners, it challenges the reader to think about tax issues conceptually and holistically, while illustrating the structure with practical examples. Senior tax practitioners and academics will also find it useful as a means of refreshing their understanding of the basics and the conceptual framework will challenge them to think more deeply about tax issues.Read more
- Conceptual structure focusing on generic tax issues and their solutions aids understanding and facilitates cross-border comparison to highlight peculiarities of particular rules
- Domestic, treaty and EC rules are discussed with respect to particular tax issues, facilitating an holistic approach to tax issues, much as is faced in practice
- Links topics and types of laws with a discussion of how they interact, aiding understanding and encouraging lateral thinking
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- Date Published: September 2010
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9780521853118
- length: 520 pages
- dimensions: 235 x 158 x 29 mm
- weight: 0.93kg
- contains: 2 b/w illus.
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Fundamentals and sources of international tax law
2. The jurisdiction to tax
3. Source country taxation
4. Residence country taxation
5. The limited scope of treaties
6. Changes of source and residence
7. Bilateral administrative issues.
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