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Australians to fund the proposed federal Anti-Slavery Commissioner: $2 million pa budget in support of this human rights initiative debated.

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Australia's Adoption of the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines

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The 35th Australasian Tax Teachers Association Annual Conference

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Transfer Pricing, Taxing Rights over Cross-Border Sales Income and the OECD Two-Pillar Response

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Can Australia’s Double Tax Treaties Invalidate State Real Estate Taxes?

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Zizheng Zhao and Loan Pham Presented at the A-CSEAR 2023 Conference

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Professor Kerrie Sadiq and Professor Rick Krever publish on the Austaxpolicy blog about the formulary apportionment regime

Ph.D. Students Presented at the 2023 School of Accountancy HDR Student Colloquium
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Ph.D. Students Presented at the 2023 School of Accountancy HDR Student Colloquium

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Professor Kerrie Sadiq speaking to ABC Radio National on the global minimum tax

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Crypto Assets: Tax Law and Policy

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Global Tax Governance at a Crossroads

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Mandatory Disclosure Rules in Australia

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Kerrie Sadiq is interviewed on ABC Radio National talking about the global minimum tax

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Why Public Country-by-Country Reporting Should be Introduced

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Why taxing the world’s biggest companies at 15% won’t fix the gaping hole in global tax rules

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Beware of Your Euphemisms — From Tax Avoidance to Tax Competition

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Tax disclosures panel of experts

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A diagnostic tool for assessing the corporate income tax compliance burden: pilot study findings

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International Tax Minimization: Where Does Corporate Tax Morality Fit?

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Tax Treaty Cases: SingTel

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Colloquium: “Current Developments in European and International Tax Law”.

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Vienna University of Economics and Business Visiting Professor Kerrie Sadiq

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Toward a new tax reality: An empirical examination of formulary apportionment using public country-by-country reporting

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Taxing the Extractives Industry: Formulary Apportionment as the Panacea?

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"Tax and Government in the 21st Century" by Professor Miranda Stewart – A Panel Discussion

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Australasian Tax Teachers Association: Women in Tax Presentation

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Australia's Adoption of the OECD's Two Pillar Reform

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Women and Tax: Guest Speaker

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Australia’s Return to the International Tax Reform Stage

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Kerrie Sadiq comments on why the OECD's proposed Pillar One and Pillar Two needs to be introduced in Australia

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The Global Minimum Tax and its Effects on Countries’ Tax Regimes

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Diagnosing the Corporate Income Tax Compliance Burden: A Cross-Country Assessment

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The Impact of the Global Minimum Tax Proposal

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Rethinking Noncommercial Loss Rules During Times of Hardship

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Why we need to reform Australia's international tax regime

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Can we Identify Aggressive Behaviour by Multinational Enterpises?

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Is Hong Kong a Transfer Pricing Nirvana?

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Identifying Tax Aggressive Behaviour: Testing the Proxies

Brisbane CBD including QUT Gardens Point campus and Goodwill Bridge
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PhD scholarship opportunities

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Australian Employee Share Schemes: A Concession in Search of a Rationale

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Corporate Residency in Australia: Back to the Future?

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Anatomy of Transfer Pricing: Lessons From Australia

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The Rise and Fall of Australia’s Offshore Banking Concessions

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The Effectiveness of Voluntary Corporate Tax Disclosures: An Australian Case Study

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Bespoke Tax Rulings and Profit Shifting in the European Union: Assessing the EU’s Options