How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Double Taxation
Schlunk, Herwig J.
This Article is divided into three Parts. The first Part is devotedto an example demonstrating that, while double taxation may be gratuitous in a purely domestic context, it invariably becomes necessary in a multinational context. The second Part formalizes and generalizes the example, and concludes that double taxation is not only necessary in a multinational context, but also in any multi-period domestic context. The third Part contains a few policy prescriptions that, I fervently hope, will guide future administrations.