In this Article, Professor Ault begins with an examination of the evolution of treaty principles for the allocation of and restrictions on international taxing jurisdiction. He then focuses on how economically based principles dealing with the taxation of international income affect treaty policy and presents the basic structural provisions involving the taxation of foreign income and foreign investors that emerge from domestically enacted or proposed integration systems. The technical aspects of the actual treaty practices that have been implemented with respect to integration systems are then related to the theoretical discussion. Professor Ault concludes with an examination of the implications of his analysis for United States treaty policy.
Hugh J. Ault. "Corporate Integration, Tax Treaties, and the Division of the International Tax Base: Principles and Practices.." Tax Law Review 47, (1992): 565-608.
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