Center for Global Tax Policy

The Tax Foundation’s Center for Global Tax Policy produces timely and high-quality data, research, and analysis on taxation in countries around the world that influences the debate toward economically principled policies.

We produce the annual International Tax Competitiveness Index, a survey of corporate tax rates around the world, and several other comparative reports that allow taxpayers, journalists, and policymakers to compare their tax policies with those in other countries.

The mission of the global program is to promote tax and fiscal policy that leads to higher economic growth and improved quality of life for taxpayers throughout the world.

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Treasury’s Latest Pillar 1 Proposal: A Strategy to Split the Riches or Give Away the Store?

April 14, 2021

IMF Tax Proposals: Shrink Inequality or Sink Post-Pandemic Recovery?

April 12, 2021

Biden’s Tax Plan Would Restore U.S. Exceptionalism—But Not in a Good Way

April 9, 2021

Leveling Up: The UK’s Super-Deduction and its Regional Divide

April 8, 2021

Corporate Income Tax Rates in Europe

April 8, 2021

The Balancing Act of GILTI and FDII

April 7, 2021

U.S. Effective Corporate Tax Rate Is Right in Line With Its OECD Peers

April 2, 2021

Capital Cost Recovery across the OECD

March 31, 2021

Marginal Effective Tax Rates and the 2021 UK Budget

March 23, 2021

The EU Determined to Reform the Business Tax

March 19, 2021

TCJA Is Not GILTI of Offshoring

March 18, 2021

Bank Taxes in Europe

March 18, 2021

Tax Subsidies for R&D Spending and Patent Boxes in OECD Countries

March 17, 2021

How GILTI Are U.S. Industries?

March 16, 2021

Reliance on Property Taxes in Europe

March 11, 2021

Can GILTI and the GloBE be Harmonized in a Biden Administration?

March 4, 2021

Reliance on Consumption Taxes in Europe

March 4, 2021

Tax Incentives for Digital Nomads and Remote Workers

March 3, 2021

An Investment Boost in the UK’s 2021 Budget

March 3, 2021

The UK Should Not Ignore Problems with its Corporate Tax Base

March 1, 2021