Fragmentation of Income Tax in the 21st Century: Tax Treaties as Dark Matter
Ground Floor, G08
Melbourne Law School (Building 106)
185 Pelham Street
5.30pm - Light Refreshments 6.15pm - Lecture Commences
Professor Peter Harris will discuss the restricting effect of tax treaties and the potential long-term consequences of country-by-country reporting and the digitisation debate (including the European Commission's proposals for an equalisation tax).
Peter Harris is a Professor of Tax Law at the University of Cambridge. In August this year, Professor Harris will be teaching Comparative Corporate Tax in the Melbourne Law Masters.
Professor Peter Harris, Cambridge
Professor Peter Harris
Peter Harris is a Professor of Tax Law at the University of Cambridge, where he is also Director of the Centre for Tax Law and Director of the LLM. He is a lawyer whose primary academic interest is in international, corporate and comparative tax law, its history and development. He is a Fellow of and the Director of Studies in law at Churchill College. He is the author of five international tax books, the most recent being Corporate Tax Law (2013). He is the Academic Editor of the Cambridge Tax Law Series (CUP) and Assistant Editor (International) for the British Tax Review, a Technical Assistance Adviser for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and a consultant for the Financing for Development Unit of the United Nations.