The Group for Research on European and International Taxation hosts annual events in the form of conferences and summer schools
19-20 June 2019, Lund, Sweden
Tax Sustainability in the EU and International Context
Call for papers
As opposed to previous years we will not only invite speakers for this conference, but we will open up the discussion by inviting all researchers interested in the theme of tax sustainability to submit a paper proposal for this conference.
14 – 15 September 2017 - 12th GREIT Conference – University of Cadiz Law School, Jerez de la Frontera (Cadiz) - Spain
The External Strategy of the EU in a Post-BEPS Environment
The Group for Research on European and International Taxation (GREIT) hosts annual events in the form of conferences and summer schools.
This year's topics are:
On day 1, Friday 15 September:
- The external policy of the EU: the framework
- BEPS and EU law
- Trade agreements, tax conventions and EU law
On day 2, Saturday 16 September:
- Transparancy and exchange of information
- The EU and selected issues with regard to third countries
Philip Baker, Field Court Tax Chambers, UK.
Cécile Brokelind, Professor of Tax Law, University of Lund.
Pedro Cruz Villalón, Professor of Constitutional Law, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid;
former AG CJEU; former President of the Spanish Constitutional Court.
Alejandro Del Valle Gálvez, Professor of International and EU Law, University of Cádiz.
Ana Paula Dourado, Professor of Tax Law, University of Lisbon – CIDEEFF.
Ricardo García Antón, IBFD.
María José Garde, Deputy Director General for International Taxation, Spanish Ministry of Finance; Chair Global Tax Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information (OECD).
Werner Haslehner, Professor of Tax Law, University of Luxembourg.
Richard Lyal, Legal Service, EU Commission.
Adolfo Martín Jiménez, Jean Monnet Chair on EU Tax law, University of Cádiz.
Pasquale Pistone, IBFD Academic Chairman, WU Vienna and University of Salerno.
Franco Roccatagliata, College of Europe Bruges; EU Commission.
Frans Vanistendael, Professor of Tax Law, KU Leuven (emeritus).
Servaas Van Thiel, EU Delegation Vienna; former Head of Tax Division EU Council.
Peter Wattel, Advocate General, Dutch Supreme Court; professor of Tax Law University of Amsterdam.
Dennis Weber, Loyens & Loeff; Professor of Tax Law University of Amsterdam.
The registration fee is EUR 500 (incl. lunch). Free registration for full-time academics and students (incl. PhD and LLM) upon request. Limited seats available. Registration on the spot not available. Early registration recommended. Registration fee should be paid in advance in EUR.
For registration, please send an email with personal data to: email@example.com
The topics of the 2017 GREIT Summer Course are:
Please find the programme here: greit-2017-lisbon-summer-course.pdf
European tax integration: law, policy and politics - GREIT 11th Annual Conference - 8-10 September 2016, Isle of Ischia, Italy
The Group for Research on European and International Taxation (GREIT) hosts annual events in the form of conferences and summer schools .
The GREIT 11th is the latest annual Conference of this unique think-tank, which has distinguished itself during the past 10 years for anticipating the trends of European international tax law.
This year the focus is on European tax integration: law, policy and politics. We intend to explore the potential dynamics of integration in connection with the new context of global tax coordination. A nice combination of theory and practice with top academics, officials and practitioners will allow participants to have a deeper insight on how European international tax law may develop in the next few years.
Day one focuses on trends and facts on European integration, role of expert groups, enhancing the legitimacy and filling the democratic gap and tax between law and policy in the EU and in relations with third countries.
Day two looks at frictions between the effective primacy of supranational law and national tax sovereignty, EU Anti-BEPS package and its implications and a possible roadmap for European tax integration in the era of global supranational tax law.
For programme- and practical information, please find attached the brochure.
The registration fee is EUR 500 (incl. lunch). Free registration for full-time academics and doctoral students, upon request. Limited seats available. Registration on the spot not available. Early registration recommended.
For registration, please send your name, profession and contact details to: firstname.lastname@example.org
10th GREIT Annual Conference 17 and 18 September 2015, Amsterdam.
The Group for Research on European and International Taxation (GREIT) is happy to announce the 10th GREIT Annual Conference to be held in Amsterdam on 17 and 18 September 2015.
"EU BEPS; Fiscal transparency, Protection of Taxpayer Rights and State Aid.
European Union law and the building of global supranational tax law: a two way flow of concepts and categories"
How does European international tax law face the challenges of the establishment of global supranational tax law? With the publication of the EU Action Plan ‘’Fair and Efficient Corporate Tax System in the European Union: 5 Key Areas for Action’ it is clear that European Law will influence International tax law and the BEPS discussion (also called the establishment of ‘global supranational tax law’). On the other hand will the BEPS discussion influence the way European Tax Law will be interpreted and established.
The two ways International tax law and European Law influences each other and will or will not bring forward a global supranational tax law will be discussed during this seminar.
Day one focuses on the framework of multilateralism within which global supranational tax law is blossoming, addressing not only how this impacts tax sovereignty and the sources of law, but also two topical sessions on BEPS and fiscal transparency.
Day two looks at the flow from European Union law towards global supranational tax law, taking into account the protection of rights, free competition and the rationale of State aids, also with an emphasis on a new framework for tax incentives (which looks at tax reductions in line with
a corresponding impact on the expenditure side) on a global basis.
Ana Paula Dourado
Fred van Horzen
Stef van Weeghel
Maarten de Wilde
Group for Research on European and International Taxation (GREIT)
All information about the conference, including the registration form and brochure with full programme can be found at the ACTL website