Aydin is a transfer pricing economist. Since 1998, he had worked with more than 200 companies with transfer pricing planning, ranging from global and domestic intellectual property development, cost sharing, and licensing strategies; supply chain and business model changes. His primary industry focus areas are life sciences and aerospace/defense, as well as high-technology manufacturing, and software industries.
Outside of his professional practice, Aydin enjoys working on his art projects, which are mostly abstract paintings with 3-D found objects, and writing. His business novel about transfer pricing recently came out from Kluwer Law: Transfer Pricing in Action. For a preview of Aydin’s works of art, please visit Aydin’s Art.
Ph.D., and M.A., Economics, Princeton University
B.A., Economics, Bogazici University, Istanbul
Selected Transfer Pricing Publications:
“Indicia of Economic Ownership of Intangible Property and an Application in Life Sciences,” ITR Intangibles Guide, with Darcy Alamuddin, forthcoming, 2014
Transfer Pricing in Action, a business novel, Kluwer Law, with Althea Azeff, July 2013
“Intellectual Property Planning for Startups,” ITR 2012 Special Issue,” with James Gannon, December 2012.
“The Branded Prescription Drug Annual Fee and Transfer Pricing,” 21 Transfer Pricing Report 339, with George Soba and Alan Shapiro, July 2012.
“Is it Time to Revisit Transfer Pricing? Economic Downturn and Transfer Pricing” with Kaoru Dahm, Tax Notes International, March 2010
“Neither a Distributor Nor a Commissionaire: Benchmark Returns for Low-Risk Distributors,” with Michael Aarstol, Transfer Pricing Report, July 2003.
“Firm Profitability in Recessions,” with Dick Clark, Transfer Pricing Report, BNA, May 1, 2002 and March 6, 2002.