716 - International Tax
Professor: Stephanie Hoffer
Semester: 2009 Winter
Second Writing? No
Professional Responsibility? No
This course examines how the United States tax system deals with globalization. The course considers jurisdictional and sovereignty issues, multiple taxation and the use of tax treaties, domestic tax rules applicable to inbound and outbound transactions, and how existing rules and treaties affect businesses’ outsourcing and offshore relocation decisions. The course will include elements of both business planningand policy making.
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