Global Minimum Tax, the abolition of the tax competition? – LIVE TALKWITH PETER JUNGEN, GERARD HORHAN AND RYAN MCMAKEN
- 22 June 2021
- Posted by: Competere
- Categories: events, highlights, News
THE ABOLITION OF THE TAX COMPETITION – LIVE TALK
WEDNESDAY 23th JUNE – h. 6pm
ZOOM CONFERENCE AND LIVE ON FACEBOOK
We are thrilled to invite all our friends and partners to a new online seminar on the new Global Minimum Tax. Our experts will analyze whether this is a good idea at all and what consequences we must expect, if this project is realized. Is it the end of a healthy competition?
In the last months the finance ministers and central banks heads met in London to propose a universal corporate tax rate of at least 15%. The novelty is that it comes from a G-7. In recent years a progressive taxation is avocated by the IMF Managing Director, Ms. Kristalina Georgieva who was present as the meeting. The proposal comes under the banner of “Shaping a Safe and Prosperous Future for All” and is supported by an argument for “leveled playground for all”, “building a strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive global economic recovery” and “transformative effort to tackle climate change and biodiversity loss”.
Krassen Stanchev, professor in public choice, macroeconomic analysis and public sector economics at Sofia University, Daniel Mitchell, public policy economist in Washington, DC, Michael Jager, secretary-general of the European Taxpayers’ movement Taxpayers Association of Europe (TAE) and Anders Ydstedt, advisor at Scantech Strategy Advisors to major Swedish industry and business organizations, will take part in the online debate. Follow us on Facebook or zoom.
Krassen Stanchev is professor in public choice, macroeconomic analysis and public sector economics at Sofia University
Daniel Mitchell is public policy economist in Washington, DC
Michael Jager is secretary-general of the European Taxpayers’ movement Taxpayers Association of Europe (TAE)
Anders Ydstedt is advisor at Scantech Strategy Advisors to major Swedish industry and business organizations
Giacomo Bandini, Competere.eu