An integral part of IBFD's content is formed by its academic publications. This content is geared towards, and written by, academia, but is also interesting for other tax professionals. IBFD currently offers this type of publication through the following channels:
True to its mission of disseminating knowledge of international taxation and promoting the study of taxation in general, IBFD has taken the initiative to make available to a wider audience a series of books based on doctoral research.
The IBFD Doctoral Series accepts only contributions that enhance the international academic tax debate and meet the highest academic standards. In order to ensure top quality, every thesis published in the series underwent peer-reviewing in line with the strictest selection standards.
Books published in the IBFD Doctoral Series should:
- achieve particularly original research results;
- include a significantly innovative component;
- be based on a thorough knowledge of the existing literature on the topic(s);
- have a particularly strong, long-lasting impact on European and/or international tax law.
Recent and forthcoming publications:
- The Principle of Non-Discrimination in International and European Tax Law (Vol. 24, February 2013), N. Bammens
- A VAT/GST Model Convention (Vol. 25, March 2013), T. Ecker
- The Interface of International Trade Law and Taxation: Defining the Role of the WTO (Vol. 26, June 2013), J.E. Farrell
- The Structure and Organization of EU Law in the Field of Direct Taxes (Vol. 27, November 2013), M. Schaper
- Taxpayer Participation in Tax Treaty Dispute Resolution (Vol. 28, March 2014), K. Perrou
- Triangular Cases: The Application of Bilateral Tax Treaties in Multilateral Situations (Vol. 29, forthcoming), E. Fett
- Taxation of International Sportsmen (Vol. 30, forthcoming), K. Tetłak