Transfer Pricing Developments Around the World 2020 (Hardcover)
Intensive work on transfer pricing, one of the most relevant and challenging topics in the international tax environment, continues to increase worldwide at every level of government and international policy with far-reaching impact on countries' legislations, administrative guidelines and jurisprudence. This book presents an in-depth, issue-by-issue analysis of the current state of developments along with suggestions for future solutions to the problems raised.
Emerging from the research conducted by the WU Transfer Pricing Center at the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law at WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business), this book offers eight topic-based chapters prepared by international experts on transfer pricing. Greatly helping to define recent transfer pricing issues around the world, this book encompasses the following topics:
- Global Transfer Pricing Developments;
- Transfer Pricing Developments in the European Union;
- Transfer Pricing Developments in the United States;
- Transfer Pricing Developments in Developing Countries and Emerging Economies;
- Recent Developments on the Tax Challenges Arising from the Digitalization of the Economy (New Nexus Rules);
- Recent Developments on the Tax Challenges Arising from the Digitalization of the Economy (New Profit Allocation Rules);
- Recent Developments on Transfer Pricing and Intra-Group Financing; and
- Recent Developments on the Use of New Technologies for Transfer Pricing Analyses.
The intense work of international organizations, such as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, United Nations and other international organizations, as well as the intense work of the European Union is thoroughly analyzed in this book.
The detailed analysis will be of immeasurable value to the various players including international organizations, the business community and advisory firms, corporate CEOs and CFOs, and government officials as well as to tax lawyers, in-house counsel and academics in facilitating efficient dialogue and a coordinated approach to transfer pricing in the future.