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eCommerce and the Effects of Technology on Taxa...
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eCommerce and the Effects of Technology on Taxation ab 139.99 € als gebundene Ausgabe: Could VAT be the eTax Solution?. Auflage 2015. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Jura,

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eCommerce and the Effects of Technology on Taxation ab 96.49 € als pdf eBook: Could VAT be the eTax Solution?. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Recht,

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eCommerce and the Effects of Technology on Taxation ab 139.99 EURO Could VAT be the eTax Solution?. Auflage 2015

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eCommerce and the Effects of Technology on Taxation ab 96.49 EURO Could VAT be the eTax Solution?

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eCommerce and the Effects of Technology on Taxa...
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This book focuses on the impact of technology on taxation and deals with the broad effect of technology on diverse taxation systems.  It addresses the highly relevant eTax issue and argues that while VAT may not be the ultimate solution with regard to taxing electronic commerce, it can be demonstrated to be the most effective solution to date. The book analyzes the application and the effectiveness of traditional income tax principles in contradistinction to VAT principles. Taking into account rapidly ameliorating technology, the book next assesses the compatibility between electronic commerce and diverse systems of taxation. Using case studies of Amazon.com and Second Life as well as additional practical examples, the book demonstrates the effectiveness of VAT in respect of electronic commerce and ameliorating technology in the incalculable and borderless realm of cyberspace.

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Legal Programming
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The most advanced and ambitious aspect of ecommerce technology is the use of intelligent agent-based computing. Software agents are basically autonomous software entities that can react and interact with their environment, with more advanced intelligent agents being also adaptive, sociable and mobile. Agent technology is embryonic, current agent uses including network and system management, ecommerce decision and logistic support, organization and user assistance. These activities – and the related processes and programming – present serious and unresolved legal challenges, regarding issues such as privacy, confidentiality, electronic contracts, copyright issues and taxation. LEGAL PROGRAMMING: Designing Legally Compliant RFID and Software Agent Architectures for Retail Processes and Beyond provides a process-oriented discussion of the legal concerns presented by agent-based technologies, processes and programming. It offers a general outline of the potential legal difficulties that could arise in relation to them, focusing on the programming of negotiation and contracting processes in a privacy, consumer and commercial context. The authors will elucidate how it is possible to create form of legal framework and design methodology for transaction agents, applicable in any environment and not just in a specific proprietary framework, that provides the right level of compliance and trust. Key elements considered include the design and programming of legally compliant methods, the determination of rights in respect of objects and variables, and ontologies and programming frameworks for agent interactions. Examples are used to illustrate the points made and provide a practical perspective. This focus on processes integrates both human and automatic machine activities within the same conceptual framework. An analysis and understanding of the issues raised by the process (its characteristics and procedures) is valid for both forms of activities. Also, it is a useful tool to consider the differences between agents that integrate the business processes, as part of the corporate or commercial platform (and can be designed legally accordingly), and those that are independent but then have to interact with the system –making process standardization or trading protocols obligatory. In describing the processes, the legal challenges consider the differences between human and automated performance – and then consider programming methods and tools to achieve compliance. This understanding assists in designing and building a technical architecture and related workflow, which integrates legal compliance and other requirements into the agent programming.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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ECommerce and the Effects of Technology on Taxa...
125,90 CHF *
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This book focuses on the impact of technology on taxation and deals with the broad effect of technology on diverse taxation systems.  It addresses the highly relevant eTax issue and argues that while VAT may not be the ultimate solution with regard to taxing electronic commerce, it can be demonstrated to be the most effective solution to date. The book analyzes the application and the effectiveness of traditional income tax principles in contradistinction to VAT principles. Taking into account rapidly ameliorating technology, the book next assesses the compatibility between electronic commerce and diverse systems of taxation. Using case studies of Amazon.com and Second Life as well as additional practical examples, the book demonstrates the effectiveness of VAT in respect of electronic commerce and ameliorating technology in the incalculable and borderless realm of cyberspace.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 02.06.2020
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Ecommerce and Cross Border Taxation
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Electronic commerce by its very innovative nature has engendered a novel application of past precedents. In the application of concepts of cross border taxation, it embraces traditional questions of source and resident taxation. Initially these principles were developed domestically. What has transpired in the development has been an evolution of the Due Process and commerce clauses of the United States. This evolution of constitutional considerations resulted because electronic commerce made for a complex determination of which domestic state had jurisdiction to tax electronic commerce. It brushed up against precedent notions of how the Due Process and Commerce Clause had been analyzed in terms of activities sourced and effects upon those whose borders are crossed. Tulane University School of Law Graduate School of Law Program, Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D. 1996), New Orleans, Louisiana; Boston University School of Law Graduate Program in Banking Law Studies (LL.M. International Banking, 1992); Boston Massachusetts; Boston University School of Law Graduate Tax Program (LL.M. Taxation 1974); Cumberland School of Law of Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama (J.D. 1973); Minnesota State University, Mankato, Minnesota (B.S.B.A. 1969). Licensed member of The Florida and Tennessee Bar. Member of the United States Tax Court and the United States Court of Federal Claims.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Legal Programming
165,99 € *
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The most advanced and ambitious aspect of ecommerce technology is the use of intelligent agent-based computing. Software agents are basically autonomous software entities that can react and interact with their environment, with more advanced intelligent agents being also adaptive, sociable and mobile. Agent technology is embryonic, current agent uses including network and system management, ecommerce decision and logistic support, organization and user assistance. These activities – and the related processes and programming – present serious and unresolved legal challenges, regarding issues such as privacy, confidentiality, electronic contracts, copyright issues and taxation. LEGAL PROGRAMMING: Designing Legally Compliant RFID and Software Agent Architectures for Retail Processes and Beyond provides a process-oriented discussion of the legal concerns presented by agent-based technologies, processes and programming. It offers a general outline of the potential legal difficulties that could arise in relation to them, focusing on the programming of negotiation and contracting processes in a privacy, consumer and commercial context. The authors will elucidate how it is possible to create form of legal framework and design methodology for transaction agents, applicable in any environment and not just in a specific proprietary framework, that provides the right level of compliance and trust. Key elements considered include the design and programming of legally compliant methods, the determination of rights in respect of objects and variables, and ontologies and programming frameworks for agent interactions. Examples are used to illustrate the points made and provide a practical perspective. This focus on processes integrates both human and automatic machine activities within the same conceptual framework. An analysis and understanding of the issues raised by the process (its characteristics and procedures) is valid for both forms of activities. Also, it is a useful tool to consider the differences between agents that integrate the business processes, as part of the corporate or commercial platform (and can be designed legally accordingly), and those that are independent but then have to interact with the system –making process standardization or trading protocols obligatory. In describing the processes, the legal challenges consider the differences between human and automated performance – and then consider programming methods and tools to achieve compliance. This understanding assists in designing and building a technical architecture and related workflow, which integrates legal compliance and other requirements into the agent programming.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 02.06.2020
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