Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Rope Tightens Around Global Tax Avoidance
Changes in international tax laws spurred by the OECD's BEPS project pose challenges for finance chiefs, but also offer some opportunities.
Why Your Tax Department Should Have a Bigger Voice
Tax regulation is mounting worldwide, elevating the importance of giving the tax function "a seat at the table" in corporate decision-making.
Businesses Willing to Pay Higher Taxes if Rules Are Clarified
If tax authorities were more transparent about acceptable tax planning, business leaders say they would be willing to pay more taxes.
Too Much Finance Hampers Economic Growth: OECD
Over the past 50 years, credit by banks and other institutions to households and businesses has grown three times as fast as economic activity.
G7 to Clamp Down on Tax Avoidance Via Transfer Pricing
Multinational firms said to be 'cheating' African countries out of billions of dollars that could be used for health care and education.
Gender Balance Benefits Workplace, But Gap Remains
"Not only do men and women feel better when working together, but they also seem to perform better," found one researcher.
OECD Links Income Inequality to Weaker Growth
The evidence proves "that addressing high and growing inequality is critical to promote strong and sustained growth," says the OECD secretary general.
OECD Unveils Plan to Rein in Profit Shifters
The first seven components of the project to battle base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) address transfer pricing and bilateral tax treaties.
OECD Cuts Growth Forecasts; Urges Intervention in Euro Zone
While cutting forecasts for the major economies, the OECD says the euro zone requires stronger central bank intervention.