Monday, December 09, 2013

Martin Sullivan on the Baucus international tax discussion draft and my work on foreign tax credits

In today's Tax Notes (12/9/13, 141 Tax Notes 1007-1012), Martin Sullivan is kind enough to offer an analysis of the Senate Finance Committee discussion draft that "draws heavily from the work of professor Daniel Shaviro of New York University School of Law," in particular my articles on foreign tax credits.  I gather that Sullivan has not seen my (still-unpublished) book on international tax policy, which offers a comprehensive broader framework, based in part on those articles.

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