Yariv BraunerBorn in Israel in 1969. Graduated from Hebrew University, and earned an LLM (in international taxation) and a JSD from New York University. He is professor of law at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. His research focuses on the merits of international cooperation and coordination of tax policies, and on the theory of corporate taxation. He is a co-author of a casebook on US international tax law and author of numerous articles published both in and outside the United States.
US CFC, LOB and Other Anti-Avoidance Rules
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