The development of international tax law
Professor Mike Savage (Department of Sociology) and Dr Andrew Summers (Department of Law)
Tax Law; Tax Havens; Tax Avoidance; Tax Evasion; Global Inequality
This research project analyses the processes and actors that shape international tax law. It explores how regulation is put on the agenda, debated, decided upon, implemented, or blocked, in order to gain a better understanding of the dynamics behind international tax policy.
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