New CCH Journal Of Global Transfer Pricing Provides World-wide, World-class Insight

(RIVERWOODS, ILL., February 3, 1999) – When companies put a price on their intra-mural, but international transactions, they need to take a global view, according to CCH INCORPORATED (CCH), a leading provider of tax and business law and information. To provide the broad perspective needed to create viable transfer pricing regimes, CCH has introduced the CCH Journal of Global Transfer Pricing, a bimonthly journal offering practical solutions for professionals in the field.

Written for those seeking a practical, real-world application, the CCH Journal of Global Transfer Pricing analyzes not only legal issues, but also the economic underpinnings of successful transfer pricing planning.

Subscribers will find guidance in developing effective strategies for defending existing transfer pricing, planning for the optimum location of intangible assets, structuring effective advance pricing agreements, creating effective global documentation for transfer arrangements, eliminating potential penalties under global transfer pricing rules and handling disputes with appropriate authorities world-wide.

"The Journal is unique in its approach and its global focus. Its coverage is especially well balanced between economic and legal disciplines and coverage of U.S. and overseas perspectives," said Charles Ter Bush, marketing manager, CCH Federal and State Tax Group.

Experts Ensure Relevance

Guiding the editorial content of the CCH Journal of Global Transfer Pricing are two distinguished co-editors in chief, representing the two crucial disciplines in the field – economics and tax practice. Richard A. Clark, Ph.D. (economics), a principal of Deloitte & Touche LLP, serves as co-director of the firm’s National Transfer Pricing Team, and has helped negotiate several advance pricing agreements. Barbara Mantegani, JD, LLM (tax), is a senior manager with the Transfer Pricing Group at the National Tax Office of Deloitte & Touche LLP in Washington, D.C.

Ensuring that the Journal of Global Transfer Pricing is always on target in its global approach, the Journal also will be guided by an advisory board of 10 leading experts in the field – economists, accountants and lawyers who themselves shape policy and provide leadership daily.

Five columnists, many of them advisory board members, will provide ongoing insight into transfer pricing controversies, the economics of transfer pricing and an analysis of transfer pricing in various world regions. Board members and columnists are:

  • Charles Berry, Ph.D., Princeton University, advisory board member
  • Thomas Horst, Ph.D., Horst, Frisch, Clowery & Finan, Inc., advisory board member
  • John Wills, Ph.D., Ernst & Young, LLP, advisory board member
  • Harlow Higgenbotham, Ph.D., A. T. Kearney, advisory board member
  • Patricia Lewis, Esq., Caplin & Drysdale, columnist, advisory board member
  • Matthew W. Frank, Caplin & Drysdale, columnist, advisory board member
  • James M. O’Brien, Baker & McKenzie, columnist, advisory board member
  • Miguel Valdez, Ernst & Young LLP, columnist, advisory board member
  • Peter Blackwood, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, columnist, advisory board member
  • Richard A. Clark, Deloitte & Touche LLP, columnist
  • Steven Hannes, McDermott, Will & Emery, advisory board member

In-Depth Articles

Every issue of the Journal also will feature in-depth articles by a variety of experts on topics ranging from audit defense to customs and documentation to policy. The Journal will be a place for seasoned practitioners to share and analyze tested strategies and how-to tips, as well as provide heads-up notice of developing trends.

Availability and Pricing

For a risk-free 30-day review of CCH Journal of Global Transfer Pricing, call 1-800-449-8114. Price for a one-year subscription is $349.


CCH INCORPORATED, founded in 1913, has served four generations of business professionals and their clients. The company produces approximately 700 print and electronic products for tax, legal, securities, human resources, health care and small business markets. CCH is a wholly owned subsidiary of Wolters Kluwer U.S. The CCH web site can be accessed at

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Editors Note: For a complimentary review copy or illustration of the CCH Journal of Global Transfer Pricing, contact: Mary Dale Walters, 847-267-2038 or