International Financial Law Prof Blog

Editor: William Byrnes
Texas A&M University
School of Law

Sunday, February 24, 2019

OECD Offers Revenue Officials International Tax E-Learning

The OECD’s Global Relation Programme offers tax officials from developing countries the necessary training to tackle today’s most pressing challenges in international taxation. These events are offered free of charge in three formats: face-to-face, blended learning and, soon, in e-learning.

 

The Global Relations Programme is launching the first OECD e-learning project: 13 e-learning courses covering 7 different topics related to international taxation will be open in 2019.

 

E-learning courses will be offered free of charge to government tax officials from all countries through the Knowledge Sharing Platform (KSP). These interactive courses will give participants a solid knowledge base on key topics of international taxation, providing a certificate to those who complete them successfully.

 

LIST OF E-LEARNING COURSES

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Courses

Language

Registration

BEPS Minimum Standards

EN

Click here

BEPS Actions 2, 3, 4 and 12: Hybrids, Interests and CFCs

EN

Click here

Basic concepts of Transfer Pricing

EN/ES Click here

Introduction to Transfer Pricing

EN/FR Click here

 

Tentative list of e-learning topics available by the end of 2019

  • 10 Global Principles: Fighting Tax Crime 
  • Beneficial Ownership
  • BEPS Action 5: Harmful Tax Practices
  • Exchange of Information on Request
  • Global Forum: A Tool to Combat Tax Evasion 
  • Introduction to Tax Treaties
  • Tax & Crime
  • Toolkit for Addressing Difficulties in Accessing Comparables Data for Transfer Pricing Analyses 
  • VAT

 

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