Ilan BenshalomLLB (University of Jerusalem) 2002, LL.M. (University College London) 2003, LL.M. (Yale Law School) 2005, JSD (Yale Law School) 2007. Ilan Benshalom is a professor in the Hebrew University Faculty of Law. He taught previously at Northwestern School of Law as a visiting assistant professor and researches in a great array of tax issues including: theory of the tax base, international taxation, tax and charity, tax and welfare policy. Was a grantee of Chevening, Fulbright and Alon scholarships.
Tax Policy in an Era of Globalization
The course will examine how principles of law, economics, and politics should and do influence the design of modern tax systems. The course covers the history and basic structure of international taxation, double tax treaties, and issues of international tax avoidance. The course explores the way in which current tax arrangements correspond to issues of trade and notions of distributive justice.
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