Katia Toledo is a master's student in development and international economics at the SMIDE program, a graduate program taught jointly by the Université de Namur and the Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium. Her outstanding profile was marked for the Académie de recherche et d'enseignement supérieur – ARES, which awarded her a scholarship fully funded by the Belgian government for master's studies. As an economist and lawyer, she previously worked for Big four firms in the Latin American region, research centers and non-governmental agencies in the field of transfer pricing and international taxation. She has participated in projects in several industries, working on the definition of transfer pricing policies, planning, and documentation in Peru and Chile. Her research focuses on international corporate taxation, development and BEPS-related issues in the Global South.
Taxation, Incentives and Revenues (CFP) (EN)