[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP1095946]
Researchers Dr R Eccleston; Prof AJ Kellow
Brief description The global financial crisis is placing national tax systems under unprecedented competitive pressures. In such an environment the need for international tax cooperation has never been greater. Using comparative analysis this project will seek to establish which transnational institutions and governance systems best support international tax cooperation. By doing so it will enhance both the ability of state and non-state actors to develop and refine strategies for participating in such systems and the prospects for achieving cooperation in this critical aspect of world affairs.
Funding Amount $66,000
Funding Scheme Discovery Projects