Lang Verlag Dissertation Proposal

  • Pet­ruzzi, R., “Global Trans­fer Pri­cing Devel­op­ments”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing Devel­op­ments Around The World 2017 (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2017), pp. 1-45.

  • Ver­linden, I., De Baets, S., Deré, P., Me­neghetti, D., “Trans­fer Pri­cing Devel­op­ments in the European Union“, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing Devel­op­ments Around The World 2017 (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2017), pp. 47-76.

  • Fo­ley, S., Ta­heri, C., Tav­ares, R.J.S., “Trans­fer Pri­cing Devel­op­ments in the United States”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing Devel­op­ments Around The World 2017 (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2017), pp. 77-100.

  • Cot­tani, G., “Trans­fer Pri­cing Devel­op­ments at the United Na­tions”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing Devel­op­ments Around The World 2017 (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2017), pp. 101-123.

  • Van der Breg­gen, M., “Re­cent Devel­op­ment on Trans­fer Pri­cing and In­ter­com­pany Fin­an­cing”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing Devel­op­ments Around The World 2017 (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2017), pp. 125-153.

  • Gon­net, S., “Re­cent Devel­op­ments on the Profit Split Method”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing Devel­op­ments Around The World 2017 (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2017), pp. 155-170.

  • Krop­pen, H.-K., van der Ham, S., “Re­cent Devel­op­ments on At­tri­bu­tion of Profits to De­pend­ent Agent Per­man­ent Es­tab­lish­ments”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing Devel­op­ments Around The World 2017 (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2017), pp. 171-195.

  • Brown, M., Clavey, C., Devlin, D., Loe­p­rick, J., “Re­cent Devel­op­ments on a Toolkit for Devel­op­ing Coun­tries”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing Devel­op­ments Around The World 2017 (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2017), pp. 197-201.

  • Tav­ares, R.J.S., “Coun­try-by-­Coun­try Over­-Re­port­ing? Na­tional Sov­er­eignty, In­ter­na­tional Tax Trans­par­ency, and the In­clus­ive Frame­work on BEPS”, in: Rocha, Chris­tian (eds.), Tax Sov­er­e­ignity in the BEPS Era (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2017), pp. 201-242.

  • Pet­ruzzi, R., Nav­isotschnigg, F., “BEPS and EU re­quire­ments for Coun­try-by-­Coun­try Re­port­ing”, in: Lang, Haun­old (eds.), Trans­par­enz und In­form­a­tion­saustausch: Der gläserne Steuer­p­f­lichtige (Vi­enna: Linde, 2017), pp. 51-78.

  • Lahodny, A., Pet­ruzzi, R., “Aus­tria”, in: IFA, The Fu­ture of Trans­fer Pri­cing (IFA Cahiers, 2017), pp. 135-154.

  • Szudoczky, R., “Double Tax­a­tion Re­lief, Trans­fer Pri­cing Ad­just­ments and State Aid Law: Com­ments”, in: Richelle, Schön, Tra­versa (eds.), State Aid Law and Busi­ness Tax­a­tion (Ber­lin: Springer, 2016), pp. 163-184.

  • Pet­ruzzi, R., “The Arm's Length Prin­ciple: Between Legal Fic­tion and Eco­nomic Real­ity”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing in a Post-BEPS World (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2016), pp. 1-32.

  • Gon­net, S., “Risks Re­defined in Trans­fer Pri­cing Post-BEPS”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing in a Post-BEPS World (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2016), pp. 33-60.

  • Wilkie, S., “Trans­fer Pri­cing Aspects of Intan­gibles: The Li­cense Model”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing in a Post-BEPS World (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2016), pp. 61-96.

  • Brau­ner, Y., “Trans­fer Pri­cing Aspects of Intan­gibles: The Cost Con­tri­bu­tion Ar­range­ment Model”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing in a Post-BEPS World(Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2016), pp. 97-130.

  • Russo, R., “In­terest De­duc­tions and Trans­fer Pri­cing Aspects of In­tra-­Group Fin­an­cing”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing in a Post-BEPS World(Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2016), pp. 131-144.

  • Maisto, G., “Trans­fer Pri­cing Aspects of Low Value-Ad­ding Ser­vices”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing in a Post-BEPS World(Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2016), pp. 145-158.

  • Cot­tani, G., “Com­mis­sion­aire Ar­range­ments/Low-Risk Dis­trib­ut­ors and At­tri­bu­tion of Profits to Per­man­ent Es­tab­lish­ments”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing in a Post-BEPS World (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2016), pp. 159-186.

  • Kaeser, C., Bre­mer, S., “Trans­fer Pri­cing and Doc­u­ment­a­tion Re­quire­ments”, in: Lang, Storck, Pet­ruzzi (eds.), Trans­fer Pri­cing in a Post-BEPS World (Am­s­ter­dam: Wolters Kluwer, 2016), pp. 187-208.

  • Pet­ruzzi, R., Wöhrer, V., “Busi­ness Profits, Per­man­ent Es­tab­lish­ments and As­so­ci­ated En­ter­prises”, in: Lang, Pis­tone, Rust, Schuch, Staringer (eds.), The UN Model Con­ven­tion and its Rel­ev­ance for the Global Tax Treaty Net­work (Vi­enna: Linde, 2016), pp. 25-70.

  • Storck, A., Pet­ruzzi, R, “Per­man­ent Es­tab­lish­ments: Pro­pos­als Re­lated to Agency Per­man­ent Es­tab­lish­ments – Article 5(5) and (6) of the OECD Model Con­ven­tion”, in: Lang, Pis­tone, Rust, Schuch, Staringer (eds.), Base Er­o­sion and Profit Shift­ing (BEPS): The Pro­pos­als to Re­vise the OECD Model Con­ven­tion(Vi­enna: Linde, 2016), pp. 83-106.

  • Storck, A., Mechtler, L., “OECD BEPS Pro­pos­als Re­lated to Article 5 (3) and (4) of the OECD Model Con­ven­tion”, in: Lang, Pis­tone, Rust, Schuch, Staringer (eds.), Base Er­o­sion and Profit Shift­ing (BEPS): The Pro­pos­als to Re­vise the OECD Model Con­ven­tion (Vi­enna: Linde, 2016), pp. 51-81.

  • Pet­ruzzi, R., Koch, P., Turcan, L., “The Base­ball Ar­bit­ra­tion in Com­par­ison to Other Types of Ar­bit­ra­tion”, in: Lang and Owens (eds.), In­ter­na­tional Ar­bit­ra­tion in Tax Mat­ters (Am­s­ter­dam: IBFD, 2015), pp.139-158.

  • Pet­ruzzi, R., “Il trans­fer pri­cing nei rap­porti con so­cietà estere del gruppo”, in: Avella, In­ternazion­alizza­zione delle Im­p­rese 3 (Il Sole 24 Ore, 2015), pp. 1-29.

  • Storck, A., Zeiler, A., “Bey­ond the OECD Up­date 2014: Changes to the Con­cept of Per­man­ent Es­tab­lish­ments in the Light of the BEPS Dis­cus­sion”, in Lang, Pis­tone, Schuch, Staringer and Storck (eds.), The OECD-­Mod­el-­Con­ven­tion and its Up­date 2014 (Vi­enna: Linde, 2015), p. 242.

  • Storck, A., Schmid­jell-­Dommes, S. “Act­ing on be­half of an En­ter­prise un­der Art 5(5) of the OECD Model Con­ven­tion”, in Lang, Pis­tone, Schuch, Staringer and Storck (eds.), De­pend­ent Agents as Per­man­ent Es­tab­lish­ments (Vi­enna: Linde, 2014), pp. 47-83.

  • Pet­ruzzi, R., “The De­pend­ent Agent PE as an Ex­ten­sion of the PE Con­cept of Article 5 para­graph 1 OECD Model Con­ven­tion”, in: Lang, Pis­tone, Schuch, Staringer and Storck (eds.), De­pend­ent Agents as Per­man­ent Es­tab­lish­ments (Vi­enna: Linde, 2014), pp. 33-45.

  • Pet­ruzzi, R., “Non-de­duc­tion of In­terest Pay­ments and Third Coun­tries”, in: Heiden­bauer and Stürz­linger (eds.), The EU's ex­ternal di­men­sion in dir­ect tax mat­ters (Vi­enna: Linde, 2010), pp. 293-315.

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