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About the Book

In the wake of the 2008 global financial, turned economic, crisis, the Group of 20 (G20) nations took up a macroeconomic agenda and, as the world economy stabilized, they initiated a development agenda. Subsequent to the appearance of the development agenda, the G20 took up a taxation agenda while responding to the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)’s proposal, in effect, to carry out the task.

This book focuses on the G20’s taxation agenda. It addresses international taxation issues arising from the recommendations of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project carried out by the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) at the behest of the G20.

The volume comprises chapters authored by tax economist academicians as well as practitioners—barristers, accounting professionals, tax administrators and practicing policy economists.


Key features

  • Addressing international taxation issues arising from the recommendations of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project carried out by OECD
  • Evolution of International Taxation & Emergence of BEPS
  • Short review of the econometric literature pertaining to advanced and developing economies as well as India 
  • Critical Analysis of cross border taxation and regulation issues
  • Study of Firm behaviour by separating profit shifting from tax contribution – examining impact of tax differentials on firm behaviour, gross fixed assets (GFA) and borrowing levels on firm revenue & also effect of firm revenue on corporate tax contribution
  • Analysing the need of Alternative Mechanism – Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP) to make dispute resolution effective
  • Perusing features of domestic law giving rise to specific issues (when MAP provisions in (DTAAs) or, tax treaties counter domestic law) – addressing prevailing concerns that are likely to be obstacles in the implementation of BEPS recommendations
  • Highlighting BEPS proposals on MNE Transfer Pricing documentation and country by country (CbC) reporting requirements
  • Discussion on issues pertaining to domestic law and bilateral treaties – elucidating with examples of multilateralism in international relations, including international commerce where the agreed standards of conduct are stipulated to be uniform, consistent and transparent
  • Role of multilateralism in amending bilateral treaties as well as its feasibility from an Indian perspective 
  • Impact of BEPS Actions on Indirect Taxes – focuses on challenging issues and insisting upon the need for exchange of information and mandatory disclosure for indirect tax as well under the BEPS project’s umbrella
  • Brief commentary on each BEPS Action and its relevance in India



About the Author

International tax Research and Analysis Foundation (ITRAF), famously known as “Think Tank for International Tax Research” is an independent and exclusive forum for tax policy research, analysis and support, conducting Research and Analysis on important tax matters including those relevant to India.

Dr. Parthasarathi Shome, Chairman, International Tax Research and Analysis Foundation (ITRAF), Bengaluru, India and Member of the Board, Comptroller & Auditor General (CAG) India along with tax economist academicians, practitioners—barristers, accounting professionals, tax administrators and practicing policy economists and various eminent scholars from the tax profession and tax administration forms the ITRAF Team.

  •  Parthasarathi Shome, Chairman, International Tax Research and Analysis Foundation (ITRAF), Bengaluru, India and Member of the Board, Comptroller & Auditor General (CAG) India
  • Ramon Dwarkasing, Chairman of the Forum on Economic and Fiscal Policy, The Netherlands, an international think tank for economic and fiscal policy
  • Philip Baker QC, the Field Court Tax Chambers, Gray’s Inn, London and Visiting Professor at the Law Faculty, University of Oxford
  • Ashima Goyal, Professor, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), Mumbai, Member of the Reserve Bank of India, Technical Advisory Committee, and Chair of the Board of the Metropolitan Stock Exchange of India
  • Sandhya Garg, Associate Fellow, National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi.  
  • Rohitash Chaudhary, Research Associate at ITRAF, Bengaluru and has served as Consultant at Tax Administration Reform Commission, Government of India, Delhi
  • Mukesh Butani, a non-executive Chairman of the firm and Managing Partner of BMR Legal
  • H. Padamchand Khincha, partner in H C Khincha & Co, Bangalore and designated as an Expert before (a) high powered committee on E-commerce constituted by CBDT in India; (b) Rangachary Committee set up to “Review Taxation of Development Centres and the IT Sector; and (c) A.P. Shah Committee constituted by the Government of India 
  • P. Shivanand Nayak, Associate of H. C. Khincha & Co., Bengaluru 
  • S. Krishnan, International tax professional and ex-Vice President and Group Head– International Taxation at Infosys Limited (formerly called Infosys Technologies Limited)
  • Nigam Nuggehalli, Associate Professor at Azim Premji University, Bengaluru
  • Bhavna Doshi, a tax practitioner at Mumbai and a Senior Advisor at KPMG, India
  • Sunil Gupta, Head of Direct Tax, Reliance Industries Ltd., India
About the BookIn the wake of the 2008 global financial, turned economic, crisis, the Group of 20 (G20) nations took up a macroeconomic agenda and, as the world economy stabilized, they initiated a development agenda. Subsequent to the appearance of the development agenda, the G20 took up a taxation agenda while responding to the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)’s proposal, in effect, to carry out the task. This book focuses on the G20’s taxation agenda. It addresses international taxation issues arising from the recommendations of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project carried out by the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) at the behest of the G20. The volume comprises chapters authored by tax economist academicians as well as practitioners—barristers, accounting professionals, tax administrators and practicing policy economists. Key features Addressing international taxation issues arising from the recommendations of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project carried out by OECD Evolution of International Taxation & Emergence of BEPS Short review of the econometric literature pertaining to advanced and developing economies as well as India  Critical Analysis of cross border taxation and regulation issues Study of Firm behaviour by separating profit shifting from tax contribution – examining impact of tax differentials on firm behaviour, gross fixed assets (GFA) and borrowing levels on firm revenue & also effect of firm revenue on corporate tax contribution Analysing the need of Alternative Mechanism – Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP) to make dispute resolution effective Perusing features of domestic law giving rise to specific issues (when MAP provisions in (DTAAs) or, tax treaties counter domestic law) – addressing prevailing concerns that are likely to be obstacles in the implementation of BEPS recommendations Highlighting BEPS proposals on MNE Transfer Pricing documentation and country by country (CbC) reporting requirements Discussion on issues pertaining to domestic law and bilateral treaties – elucidating with examples of multilateralism in international relations, including international commerce where the agreed standards of conduct are stipulated to be uniform, consistent and transparent Role of multilateralism in amending bilateral treaties as well as its feasibility from an Indian perspective  Impact of BEPS Actions on Indirect Taxes – focuses on challenging issues and insisting upon the need for exchange of information and mandatory disclosure for indirect tax as well under the BEPS project’s umbrella Brief commentary on each BEPS Action and its relevance in India About the Author International tax Research and Analysis Foundation (ITRAF), famously known as “Think Tank for International Tax Research” is an independent and exclusive forum for tax policy research, analysis and support, conducting Research and Analysis on important tax matters including those relevant to India. Dr. Parthasarathi Shome, Chairman, International Tax Research and Analysis Foundation (ITRAF), Bengaluru, India and Member of the Board, Comptroller & Auditor General (CAG) India along with tax economist academicians, practitioners—barristers, accounting professionals, tax administrators and practicing policy economists and various eminent scholars from the tax profession and tax administration forms the ITRAF Team.  Parthasarathi Shome, Chairman, International Tax Research and Analysis Foundation (ITRAF), Bengaluru, India and Member of the Board, Comptroller & Auditor General (CAG) India Ramon Dwarkasing, Chairman of the Forum on Economic and Fiscal Policy, The Netherlands, an international think tank for economic and fiscal policy Philip Baker QC, the Field Court Tax Chambers, Gray’s Inn, London and Visiting Professor at the Law Faculty, University of Oxford Ashima Goyal, Professor, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), Mumbai, Member of the Reserve Bank of India, Technical Advisory Committee, and Chair of the Board of the Metropolitan Stock Exchange of India Sandhya Garg, Associate Fellow, National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi.   Rohitash Chaudhary, Research Associate at ITRAF, Bengaluru and has served as Consultant at Tax Administration Reform Commission, Government of India, Delhi Mukesh Butani, a non-executive Chairman of the firm and Managing Partner of BMR Legal H. Padamchand Khincha, partner in H C Khincha & Co, Bangalore and designated as an Expert before (a) high powered committee on E-commerce constituted by CBDT in India; (b) Rangachary Committee set up to “Review Taxation of Development Centres and the IT Sector; and (c) A.P. Shah Committee constituted by the Government of India  P. Shivanand Nayak, Associate of H. C. Khincha & Co., Bengaluru  S. Krishnan, International tax professional and ex-Vice President and Group Head– International Taxation at Infosys Limited (formerly called Infosys Technologies Limited) Nigam Nuggehalli, Associate Professor at Azim Premji University, Bengaluru Bhavna Doshi, a tax practitioner at Mumbai and a Senior Advisor at KPMG, India Sunil Gupta, Head of Direct Tax, Reliance Industries Ltd., India

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