Kerrie Sadiq, Qld University of Technology

    Kerrie Sadiq is Professor of Taxation and ARC Future Fellow in the School of Accountancy at the QUT Business School, Queensland University of Technology. She is a Senior Tax Adviser to the Tax Justice Network (UK), a Chartered Tax Adviser as designated by the Taxation Institute of Australia, a CPA and a CA.

    Kerrie’s research expertise are in the areas of international tax, tax expenditures and capital gains tax. She is the co-editor of Australian Tax Review, an internationally recognised leading academic tax journal.  She is author of publications in both Australian and International journals and edited books and is a co-author of taxation texts. Kerrie is often cited in the media in relation to international tax issues and regularly receives invitations to speak on contemporary tax topics.

    Recent work has been specifically on issues in international tax, such as transfer pricing, the OECD’s approach to base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS), Australia’s role in the G20 and the BEPS project, and automatic exchange of tax information. Kerrie has written balanced articles on BEPS for The Conversation, as well as writing and presenting findings for the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) and appearing before the 2015 Senate Inquiry into Corporate Tax Avoidance. Kerrie’s award of a four year ARC Future Fellowship allows her to continue this work and generate new knowledge in international tax by developing a blueprint for allocating profits of multinational systematic structure for allocating profits of multinational enterprises which will address the important problem of tax base erosion caused by profit shifting.

    Read more about Kerrie here.