An international conference on tax competition
The first TaxCOOP conference will take place in Montreal at the Museum of Fine Arts. Many renowned speakers will speak on the key theme of tax competition.
Program and sponsors
Brigitte Alepin, tax specialist, author and professor, will introduce the very first TaxCOOP conference (in French), and Natalie St-Pierre, tax partner at Richter, will present the complex challenge of tax competition (in English).
It’s legal, but is it moral? Tax morality and its limits
The ethical issue of morality has always been one of TaxCOOP’s concerns. The question will be examined in a captivating conference by three experts: Jean-Pierre Vidal, professor at the HEC in Montréal and specialist in tax ethics and international taxation (in French from 0:00 to 3:55); followed by Brian Arnold, Senior Adviser of the Canadian Tax Foundation (in English from 3:56 to 21:15); and concluding with Alison Holder, Director of Inequalities and Fiscal Policy at Oxfam (in English from 21:20 to 39:00).
The Great Debate
Question – Is tax transparency an effective solution?
Dan Mitchel Economist; Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Richard Murphy Accountant; political economist
Louise Otis International Administrative Judge and Arbitrator; assistant professor, McGill University
Jay K. Rosengard Professor, Harvard Kennedy School