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#230 — Globalization, Taxation, and Inequality

January 17  / 16 h 15 min  18 h 30 min  CET

Gabriel Zuc­man, Asso­ciate pro­fes­sor of eco­nom­ics, Uni­ver­si­ty of Cal­i­for­nia Berkeley

Dis­cus­sants: Matthieu Bor­de­nave (EPOG+, Major B), João Emboa­va Vaz (EPOG+, Major C), Siméon Mor­van (EPOG+, Major A).

For online (live) atten­dance: https://live.epog.eu

For the replay: https://videos.epog.eu

Relat­ed document(s)

Thomas Tørsløv, Lud­vig Wier, Gabriel Zuc­man (2021), “The Miss­ing Prof­its of Nations”, Work­ing paper, April 8.
Addi­tion­al documents
Javier Gar­cia-Bernar­do, Petr Jan­ský, Gabriel Zuc­man (2022), “Did the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Reduce Prof­it Shift­ing by US Multi­na­tion­al Com­pa­nies?”, Work­ing paper, May 20.
Annette Alstad­sæter, Blue­bery Planterose, Gabriel Zuc­man, Andreas Økland (2022), “Who Owns Off­shore Real Estate? Evi­dence from Dubai”, EU Tax Obser­va­to­ry Work­ing Paper, No. 1, May.
Mona Barake, There­sa Neef, Paul-Emmanuel Chouc, Gabriel Zuc­man (2021), “Col­lect­ing the tax deficit of multi­na­tion­al com­pa­nies: sim­u­la­tions for the Euro­pean Union”, Report, EUTAX obser­va­tory.
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