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Making the UN Tax Committee more effective for developing countries: report

By Naomi Fowler ■ 16 February 2021 ■ < 1
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Addressing profit shifting in the mining sector through excessive interest deductions: our advice

By Naomi Fowler ■ 23 May 2018 ■ 2 min READ
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Developing countries’ access to CbCR: Guess who’s (not) coming to OECD dinner

By Alex Cobham ■ 5 May 2017 ■ 7 min READ
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The march of the international tax treaty arbitrators

By Nick Shaxson ■ 21 September 2015 ■ 2 min READ
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Tax Justice Research Bulletin 1(5)

By Nick Shaxson ■ 1 June 2015 ■ 10 min READ
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The UK’s money laundering rules support debanking of poorer countries

By Nick Shaxson ■ 19 March 2015 ■ 4 min READ
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Pulling the plug: how to stop corporate tax dodging in Europe and beyond

By Nick Shaxson ■ 16 March 2015 ■ 2 min READ ■ 1 comments
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Event: can low income countries ever tax transnational corporations?

By Nick Shaxson ■ 9 March 2015 ■ < 1
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Poorer Countries Lose More from Corporate Profit-Shifting

By Nick Shaxson ■ 7 January 2015 ■ 4 min READ ■ 2 comments
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Developing countries and corporate tax – ten ways forward

By Nick Shaxson ■ 20 December 2014 ■ 4 min READ
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Eurodad: financial outflows from developing countries more than double the inflows

By Nick Shaxson ■ 18 December 2014 ■ 2 min READ
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The End of Bank Secrecy? A new TJN report

By John Christensen ■ 27 October 2014 ■ 2 min READ
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On why being tough on unproven claims is both smart and right

By John Christensen ■ 25 July 2014 ■ 7 min READ
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How developing countries can take control over their tax destinies

By Nick Shaxson ■ 9 July 2014 ■ < 1
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Programme: Tax Justice and Human Rights Symposium, McGill University, Montreal 18-20 June 2014

By John Christensen ■ 19 May 2014 ■ 3 min READ
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Report: better tax rules could boost developing country corporate tax revenues by 100%

By Nick Shaxson ■ 2 May 2014 ■ 2 min READ
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New TJN briefing: OECD’s BEPS project for developing countries

By Nick Shaxson ■ 14 February 2014 ■ 2 min READ