Tax Subcommittee Hearing: Biden’s Global Tax Surrender Harms American Workers and Our Economy
Watch Now as Richman Center Co-Director David M. Schizer Addresses the Ways & Means Tax Subcommittee
As a global minimum tax attracts growing support around the world, discussion about it continues to unfold in the United States. Our panel, which included Dean Emeritus and Columbia Law School Professor David Schizer, thoroughly examined this multifaceted and controversial issue -- discussing the pros and cons of such a tax and encompassing the perspectives of both legislators and industry leaders.
Congress refused to enact the Pillar 2 agreement that requires all countries to tax large corporations.
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Edward Morrison is a law professor at Columbia University and a member of the National Bankruptcy Conference and a director of Columbia’s Richman Center for Business, Law and Public Policy.