The corporation tax mousetrap – are the mice at fault?

"In this article Emmanuelle Deglaire questions the consequences of tax optimisation on organisational reputation and provides an ethical perspective on an issue that continues to court controve ...

"In this article Emmanuelle Deglaire questions the consequences of tax optimisation on organisational reputation and provides an ethical perspective on an issue that continues to court controversy in a fast-changing environment.(...)

Type: Press article
Date: le 01/05/2018
Research Cluster : LegalEdhec
Source : Financial Instruments Tax & Accounting Review - May 2018

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