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International Tax Cooperation and Implications of Globalization

While globalization has been characterized by substantial increase in trade in goods, the most rapid expansion has been in the cross-border financial flows. Recent developments in globalization raise important issues regarding taxation policy and economic development. First, there is increasing evidence that average taxation rates on capital income have declined over time in developed and emerging countries. This raises the question of whether this is a result of a

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