The Group for Research on European and International Taxation hosts annual events in the form of conferences and summer schools
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
Every year the Group for Research on European and International taxation organizes a two-day conference on a topic combining EU law and EU tax law. GREIT has so far organized eight annual conferences.
The Group for Research on European and International Taxation (GREIT) is happy to announce the 9th GREIT Annual Conference to be held in Münster, Germany on 18 and 19 September 2014. The topic of this year’s conference will be International Tax Law and New Challenges by Constitutional and Legal Pluralism, organized and hosted by the Department of Tax Law, University of Münster.
In the conference, we want to discuss different aspects of constitutional and legal pluralism in the field of international taxation.
Further information concerning the program can be found in the invitation with program attached.
The outcome of previous conferences have been presented in the year books of Group for Research on European and International Taxation. You can find a list of all year books under the publications section of our website.
Every year the Group for Research on European and International taxation organizes a one-week summer school on burning issues of EU law applied to taxation.
This years summer course is on the topic "Tax Good Governance and the BEPS Action Plans". The course is hosted by Instituto de Direito Económico Financeiro e Fiscal (IDEFF) in Lisbon on June 16-20, 2014.
This year’s course is once again structured to foster debate among both lecturers and participants from different countries, enabling all participants to enter into a detailed analysis of the current tax topics under discussion in the European Union.
The 2013 annual GREIT conference was on the topic of "Principles of Law: Function, Status and Impact in EU tax law". The conference was held on June 19-20, 2013 in Lund. The conference was organized by Professor Cécile Brokelind at the Department of Business Law, Lund University.
The procedings of the conference can be found in a forthcoming book "Principles of Law: Function, Status and Impact in EU tax law" published by IBFD.