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OECD iLibrary Themes - Taxation
This OECD iLibrary Theme subscription provides access includes online access to all titles published in this area from 1998 onwards.

From the automatic exchange of financial information to the ongoing implementation of the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS, tax evasion and avoidance are being tackled globally through content on taxation published on the iLibrary. The OECD leads the development of international tax rules, addressing tax barriers to trade and investment while also tackling tax evasion and avoidance.

It includes access to the current electronic version of the Model Tax Convention on Income and Capital and Transfer Pricing Guidelines. In addition, it includes Enterprises and Tax Administrations, Tax Policy Reforms and books on such topics as on tax revenues, consumption taxes, taxation of wages, corporate taxation, transfer pricing, double taxation, tax avoidance and evasion, and other topics. The OECD produces around 110 new books each year.
  • 1,050 + ebooks
  • 4,900 + chapters
  • 160 + papers
  • 5,920 + tables/graphs
Databases: OECD Tax Statistics
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- Between 1965 and 2009 in the OECD area as a whole, the tax burden - including social security contributions - has risen from 25.4 per cent to 33.8 per cent of GDP (unweighted averages), or by 8.4 percnetage points. This rise was almost continuous up till the year 2000 since when the tax burden has fallen back a little.
Source: Revenue Statistics 2011

- In 2009, personal income taxes had ceased to be the largest single source of revenue for OECD countries as a whole. Their share had shrunk to 25 per cent of total taxes from 30 per cent in the mid 1980s.
Source: Revenue Statistics 2011

- Between 2005 and 2009, the share of the corporate income tax in the tax mix decreased from 10 to 8 per cent of total taxes (unweighted average). Over the previous ten years it had increased by around 2 percentage points to exceed the 9 per cent level of the 1960s.
Source: Revenue Statistics 2011

- By 2010, personal income tax schedules in OECD countries contained relatively few tax brackets compared to the early 1980's.
Source: Taxing Wages 2011

- Along with a general reduction in the number of tax brackets over tha last three decades, OECD countries have seen a general reduction in their top statutory personal income tax rates.
Source: Taxing Wages 2011