Prof. Tsilly Dagan
Tsilly Dagan is a professor of law at Bar Ilan University. She is a graduate of Tel Aviv University (LL.B., J.S.D) and N.Y.U. (LL.M (in Taxation)). Her areas of research and teaching include Tax Law and Policy, International tax policy and the limits of the market. Professor Dagan has been a visiting assistance professor at the University of Michigan, a fellow at The Institute of Advanced Studies and a scholar in residence and Columbia Law School. She is the author of International Tax Policy: Between Competition and Cooperation (Cambridge University Press, 2018).
Research Interests and Teaching
International Tax Law and Policy, Taxation, Tax Policy, The limits of the Market
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International Tax Policy: Between Competition and Cooperation (forthcoming Cambridge University Press, 2018)
International Taxation (Tel-Aviv University Press, 2004) [Heb.].
The Future of Corporate Tax Residency, in Corporate Tax Residency (Eduardo Traversa ed. forthcoming, 2018).
The Marketization of Tax Sovereignty, in Forms of Pluralism (Jean Cohen & Astrid von Busekist eds., forthcoming 2017).
The Global Market for Tax and Legal Rules , Florida Tax Review (forthcoming, 2017).
Tax Treaties as a Network Product, 41 Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 1081 (2016).
The Currency of Taxation, 84 Fordham Law Review 2537, (2016).
International Tax and Global Justice, 18 Theoretical Inquiries in Law 1 (2017).
Community Obligations in International Taxation in Community Obligations in Contemporary International Law (Eyal Benvenisty & Georeg Nolte eds., forthcoming, 2017).
Tax Sovereignty in an Era of Tax Multilateralism, in EU Law and the Building of Global Supranational Tax Law: EU BEPS and State Aid (Dennis Weber, ed., 2017).
Tax Policy Under Globalization, Law and Business (forthcoming, 2018) [Heb].
BRICS--Theoretical framework: the potential of cooperation in The Brics and the emergence of international tax coordination (Yariv Brauner & Pasquale Pistone eds., 2015).
Mapping the Terrain of Disability Legislation: The Case of Israel, 30 Disability and Society 46 (2015) (with Arie Rimmerman, Michal Soffer, Roni Rothler & Lior Mishali).
Tax, State and Utopia, 33 Virginia Tax Review 549 (2014) (with Avital Margalith), (Lead Article).
Adoption Regulation as Commodification, in Regulations (Roy Kreitner et al. eds., forthcoming 2014) (with Talia Fisher).
Taxing Communities; the Taxation of the Traditional and the Renewing Kibbutz, 36 Tel-Aviv University Law Review 508 (2013)[Heb] (Winner of the Kibbutz Fund award 2014) (with Avital Margalith).
The Tragic of Choices of Tax Policy in a Globalized Economy, in Tax and Development 57 (Yariv Brauner & Mirnada Stewart eds., 2013).
The Sate and the Market: A Parable, 3 Public Reason 44 (2011) (with Talia Fisher).
Rights for Sale, 96 Minnesota Law Review 90 (2011) (with Talia Fisher).
Commodification without Money, 11 Theoretical Inquiries in Law Forum 2 (2010).
Just Harmonization, 42 University of British Columbia Law Review 331 (2010).
Ordinary People, Necessary Choices: A Comparative Study of Childcare Deductions 11 Theoretical Inquiries in Law 588 (2010).
Itemizing Personhood, 29 Virginia Tax Review 93 (2009).
Childcare Expenses—Proposals for New Legislation, 25 Bar-Ilan University Law Review 889 (2009)[Heb].
Tax Deductions, 31 Tel-Aviv University Law Review 257 (2009) [Heb].
International Tax and Justice, in My Justice Your Justice: Justice across Cultures (Yedidiah S. Stern ed., 2009) [Heb.].
The Legacy of English Tax Law in Israel 2008 British Tax Review 271 (with Assaf Likhovski & Yoram Margalioth).
Taxing Corporate Distributions, 8 Law and Business 215 (2008) (with Assaf Hamdani) [Heb.].
Taxing the Journey to Work, IV(1) Yale Economic Review 36 (Fall 2007).
Competing for Business, 36 Intertax 201 (may 2007).
Commuting, 26 Virginia Tax Review 185 (2006).
The International Tax Reform—Between Tax Competition and Distributive Justice, in The 2003 Tax Reform 101 (David Gliksberg ed. 2006) [Heb.].
The Costs of Cooperation in International Taxation, in The Welfare State, Globalization, and International Law 49 (Eyal Benvenisti & Georg Nolte eds., 2004).
A Tax Planner Playing Field—The International Tax Reform, 21 Bar-Ilan University Law Review 351(2004) [Heb.].
The Tax Treaties Myth, 32 NYU Journal of International Law and Politics 939 (2000).
Hidden Distributive Effects of Income Taxation, in Distributive Justice in Israel (Menachem Mautner ed. 2000) [Heb.].
National Interests in International Taxation, 18 Virginia Tax Review 363 (1998).
National Interests in International Taxation (Comments to the Raphael Committee), 20 Tel-Aviv U.L. Rev. 327 (1996) [Heb.].
Last Updated Date : 17/05/2022