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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

International Tax Law

Edward Elgar (EE) has recently published the new two volume set, International Tax Law (K4460.I59 2016) and is now available in the law library. Edited by Professor Reuven S. Avi-Yonah, this source contains articles from renowned scholars dealing with international taxation issues from a global standpoint and U.S international taxation. The twenty seven articles in this source discuss matters such as the structure of international taxation, international taxation of electronic commerce, foreign tax credits, issues related to the OECD, international tax arbitrage, and the issue of fairness as it relates to international taxation. This is perfect for the scholar or student interested in international taxation.

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