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Table of Contents Preface Part I: Introduction 1 Competition Policy and Efficient Vice 2 Tax Systems in Crisis Part II: Aggressive Tax Planning in Sydney and Melbourne 3 The Research Setting 4 Supply or Demand Driven? 5 Enforcement Challenges 6 Australian Innovation in Regulating Aggressive Tax Planning Part III: Aggressive Tax Planning in New York 7 Researching The New York Advice Market 8 International Arbitrage 9 Disclosure of Aggressive Tax Planning 10 IRS Enforcement Initiatives 11 Comparing the Drivers of Aggressive Tax Planning in Australia and the US Part IV Controlling Aggressive Tax Planning 12 Reforming the Law 13 Meta Risk Management of Natural Systems 14 Intelligent Tax Office Culture 15 Reforming Enforcement Strategy Part V: Vice to Virtue 16 Flipping Markets in Vice to Markets in Virtue References
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Tax evasion -- Australia.
Tax evasion -- United States.
Tax planning -- Australia.
Tax planning -- United States.
Competition -- Australia.
Competition -- United States.
Markets -- Australia.
Markets -- United States.