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Reimagining Taxation in the Age of Digital Disruption, DC, 3 Dec 2018

Join The In­sti­tute for Aus­trian and In­ter­na­tional Tax Law (WU), Geor­getown Law’s IIEL, the In­ter­-Amer­ican Devel­op­ment Bank and the Di­gital Economy Tax­a­tion (DET) Net­work as they con­vene thought lead­ers and senior rep­res­ent­at­ives from gov­ern­ment, busi­ness, in­ter­na­tional or­gan­iz­a­tions and aca­demia to dis­cuss is­sues in­clud­ing:

  • Do our in­ter­na­tional tax rules work in a di­git­al­ized economy? Should they be re­formed?

  • How can the tax com­munity fully util­ize the po­ten­tial of the next wave of tech­no­logy to trans­form and mod­ern­ize our tax ad­min­is­tra­tions?

Tech­no­lo­gical ad­vance­ments and rapid evolu­tions in busi­ness mod­els as in­dus­tries be­come di­git­ized are viewed by many to be chal­len­ging the tra­di­tional norms of in­ter­na­tional tax­a­tion.

This joint Sym­posium brings to­gether global thought lead­ers across aca­demia, gov­ern­ment and in­dustry to re­flect on the latest transna­tional devel­op­ments in re­form­ing the in­ter­na­tional tax sys­tem to ad­dress di­git­iz­a­tion and other dis­rup­tions res­ult­ing from glob­al­iz­a­tion.

At is­sue will be the work of the OECD Di­gital Task Force, U.S. in­ter­na­tional tax re­form, and the work in the di­gital space of the United Na­tions and the European Union, all as it im­pacts not just di­gital busi­nesses in the United States and Europe, but the entire in­ter­na­tional tax ar­chi­tec­ture.

The Sym­posium will bring par­ti­cipants to­gether in a neut­ral and non-­par­tisan set­ting that does not en­dorse any par­tic­u­lar firm, in­dustry, gov­ern­ment or aca­demic point of view.

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