I authored the chapter on Carbon Pricing in this new and most timely book on global tax competition: Winning the Tax Wars:
The book, resulting from a TaxCOOP Conference at the World Bank in Washington DC in 2016, covers how tax competition has evolved and its impact on developed and developing countries, the state of play when it comes to multinationals and transfer pricing / profit allocation between tax jurisdictions, the need for compliance, investigations and protecting whistleblowers, the need for a wealth tax in an increasingly unequal world, and, tobacco taxation.
A full chapter is devoted to promoting public goods and addressing climate change through carbon pricing along with recommendations to solve the growing crisis of tax competition represents my contribution to this important and authoritative work.
The last TaxCOOP Conference took place at the United Nations Office at Geneva on October 16, 2017.
Thanks to such initiatives, TaxCOOP has become the only conference in the top 50 most influential on the global tax scene.