Maha Rafi Atal

Maha Rafi Atal is a PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge, where she is researching the political effects of multinational firms acting as public service providers in the developing world. She was previously a journalist, including at Forbes, where she covered the intersection of business, development and international affairs.

Content by Maha Rafi Atal
  • Blog post

    Focus on private sector: An end to tech tax dodging

    Although the problem of tax avoidance by multinationals is faced by both developed and developing country governments alike, the burden falls heaviest on developing countries. Closing loopholes that enable corporations to manipulate transfer pricing will require significant inter-governmental cooperation. However, revenues from improved enforcement...

    1 Mar 2016 | Maha Rafi Atal