International Conference on Taxation in the Digital Age

The increase in e-commerce transactions during the Covid-19 crisis, prompted the imposition of income tax on electronic system transactions by significant economic service providers.

The Corona virus pandemic has also increasingly prompted the need for solutions to tax on the digital economy, and health taxes aimed at curbing unhealthful consumption and environmental taxes. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for many countries to raise government revenue has become more pressing as they seek to improve fiscal sustainability, while promoting equity and avoiding adversely impacting growth. These policy decisions take place in an environment with increasing temperatures and extreme weather events, and exponentially growing digital economies. Governments are exploring new tax instruments to address negative externalities and finance public goods provision in this fast-changing world.

Under the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS (Base Erosion and Profit Shifting), 140 countries and jurisdictions are collaborating to put an end to tax avoidance strategies that exploit gaps and mismatches in tax rules to avoid paying tax.the 15 actions set out tax challenges arising from digitalization, neutralising the effects of hybrid mismatch arrangements, controlled foreign company, limitation on interest deduction.  harmful tax practices, prevention of tax treaty abuse, permanent establishment status, transfer pricing, BEPS data analysis, mandatory disclosure rules, country by country reporting, mutual agreement procedure, multilateral instruments

The actions above equip governments with domestic and international rules and instruments to address tax avoidance, ensuring that profits are taxed where economic activities generating the profits are performed and where value is created.  Tax science does not stand alone, but is a combination of law, accounting, finance, social science, behavioral science, politics, and economics. Currently, taxation has also become part of the realm of data management and technology science.

The International Research Conference is an academic organization dedicated to bringing together a significant number of diverse scholarly events for presentation within the conference program. With its high quality, it provides an exceptional value for academics, businesses, policy makers and tax authorities.

In addition, this conference is also intended to connect the researchers, from the field of multi-disciplinary, as well as professionals from various spectrums.   Hopefully, this conference can significantly give more contributions  to the global advancement.

This conference is aimed to reach such purposes as follows:

  1. Innovating new model and methods of digital taxation
  2. Promoting the importance and relevance of digital taxation and its challenge
  3. Building a scientific network among scholars and universities across Indonesia and the world in working together for disseminating and developing the continuous agenda of digital taxation


The topics of interest to be covered by STIAMI INSTITUTE Conference include:

  1. Public Policy in Taxation
  2. Financial, Tax and Accounting
  3. Technology in Digital Taxation
  4. Digital Challenge in Taxation
  5. Taxing Consumption in the Digital Economy.
  6. Carbon pricing and Carbon Tax.
  7. Green Economy and Clean Technology



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