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Digital Economy Tax policy: Do we really understand omnipresent digitally powered business models?

Digital Economy Tax policy: Do we really understand omnipresent digitally powered business models?

AIMED AT Master Degrees
EVENT TYPE Conferences & Masterclasses
AREA Law
SPECIALTY Legal Services
DATE 19th June 2018
TIME 18:00 - 19:00 Local time
LANGUAGE English
EVENT FORMAT Online
Digital Economy Tax policy: Do we really understand omnipresent digitally powered business models?

Geopolitical tension is at a tipping point at this moment and a critical element that will shape how modern societies can advance is how we resolve taxing the actual omnipresent digitally powered business models. Can we apply adjusted traditional regulation making principles to the omnipresent digital value-chains?


IE Law School would like to invite you to our upcoming Master Class Online (June 19, 2018 at 18:00h Madrid Time), where we will discuss with Ignacio Longarte the key issues that are now on the international table, analyze the economic blocks chess-game status of the topic and talk about the impact of A.I and Blockchain in inclusive policy making.

About the Speaker…

Ignacio Longarte is a professor in IE Master in Global Taxation, Expert in Digital Value Chains and Chairman of DET3:Digital Economy Taxation Think Tank.