#trr266 WP by Ortmann (@unipb), Simons (@MannheimBSchool), Voeller (@tbs_education) shows that the effects of an international tax reform for MNEs on sales quantities and fiscal revenues depend on the properties of the underlying product markets. https://t.co/Nr0QFiGqTm — TRR 266 Accounting for Transparency (@trr_accounting) September 29, 2021
Does #CbCR call for arbitration? Dirk Simons (@MannheimBSchool), Dennis Voeller (@tbs_education) & co-authors show that tax audit quality increases under CbCR, and that arbitration effects on tax audit quality depend on the arbitration procedure in place. https://t.co/Vn0hvFFPN4 — TRR 266 Accounting for Transparency (@trr_accounting) September 5, 2022
As a Business school, how should you write an impactful sustainability report? Probably, you should consider your achievements, your target audiences, and the messages you want to convey. Get some more advices from Kim Ceulemans and collegues in this article from Giselle Weybrecht ( AACSB). For more information, please visit the following link: https://www.aacsb.edu/insights/articles/2022/01/how-to-write-an-impactful-sustainability-report Kim […]
Keynote speakers: Dr. Abby Innes – London School of Economics Prof. Marc Goergen – IE Business School, Madrid Moderator: Prof. Thomas Clarke – UTS, Sidney Chat moderation:Associate Prof. Coral Ingley – AUT, New Zealand
Avec Valérie Charolles – Chercheure en philosophie à IMT-BS, Chercheure associée au LACI/’IIAC (UMR 8177CNRS/EHESS), Co-Responsable de séminaire à l’EHESS (Socio-philosophie du temps présent).