0 Per Món Empresarial el 15 de Setembre de 2020 Fiscalidad La fiscalitat internacional és una preocupació constant dels governs d’arreu del món. Les normes fiscals vigents assignen els drets fiscals de les empreses al país on reporten els seus guanys. Per

http://www.monempresarial.com/2020/09/15/fiscalidad-internacional-y-gestion-fiscal-de-las-filiales-extranjeras/

Participants

  • Saskia Kohlhase
    Role: Faculty
    Reference type: Referenced

Media outlets

  • Mon Empresarial (Online)

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Article about the constant concern of governements around the world about international taxation. Th current tax rules assign the tax rights of companies to the country where they report their profits. A global or territorial tax system applies to repatriated profits from foreign subsidiaries. Research from the RSM and the ESE shows that a global tax system reduces the incentives for multinational corporations to participate in the tax management of their subsidiaries. This implies that multinationals subject to a global tax system, obtain worse competitive advantages than competitors with a territorial tax system.Dr. Saskia Kohlhase, Professor Assistent in the Department of Accounting and Control at the RSM conducts this research on economic and societal consequences of taxation. In particular, she investigates consequences of taxing cross-border economic activities, tax incentives of loss-making firms, and how taxation influences the allocation of funds within firms.

Article about the constant concern of governements around the world about international taxation. Th current tax rules assign the tax rights of companies to the country where they report their profits. A global or territorial tax system applies to repatriated profits from foreign subsidiaries.

Research from the RSM and the ESE shows that a global tax system reduces the incentives for multinational corporations to participate in the tax management of their subsidiaries. This implies that multinationals subject to a global tax system, obtain worse competitive advantages than competitors with a territorial tax system.

Dr. Saskia Kohlhase, Professor Assistent in the Department of Accounting and Control at the RSM conducts this research on economic and societal consequences of taxation. In particular, she investigates consequences of taxing cross-border economic activities, tax incentives of loss-making firms, and how taxation influences the allocation of funds within firms.