Impôts des multinationales après la crise sanitaire: pour un taux de taxe effectif minimum
Sébastien Laffitte (),
Julien Martin (),
Mathieu Parenti (),
Baptiste Souillard and
CEPII Policy Brief from CEPII research center
There are lessons to be learned from the current Covid-19 pandemic. This exceptional situation requires rethinking the provision of sound infrastructures and a functioning health system. National healthcare and other public services, which are currently under increasing pressure, have been underfunded in many countries, an issue that corporate tax avoidance has likely exacerbated. Some multinationals that have been avoiding corporate taxes for years are about to be bailed out by national governments, thus arousing a public sentiment of unfairness. In this Policy Brief, we argue that setting a minimum effective tax rate on the global profit of multinational firms would tackle these concerns.
Keywords: Multinational Firms; Corporate Taxation; Tax Avoidance; Minimum Taxation; Pandemics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F23 H32 H40 H50 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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