09 - 11 Jun 201311th Annual Meeting for Doctoral Students of International and Comparative Tax Law & 2nd Meeting of Early Career Scholars in International and Comparative Tax Law

 
Category:
Conference/Seminar
Location:
Amsterdam - The Netherlands
11th Annual Meeting for Doctoral Students of International and Comparative Tax Law & 2nd Meeting of Early Career Scholars in International and Comparative Tax Law
IBFD Office
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
 
In 2013, for the 11th time, IBFD will organize its Research Students Meeting for doctoral students. For the 2nd time around a parallel meeting for Early Career Scholars will take place.
 
The purpose of these meetings is to provide doctoral students and early career scholars with an opportunity to discuss their current research projects with leading academic experts and a select circle of colleagues. All participants will benefit from tailored coaching provided by our panels of selected experts, as well as from the input given by their fellow researchers, coming from all around the world. Our aim is to provide researchers with an adequate forum to further develop their projects that, ultimately, will lead to the enhancement of research in the tax field.
  
 

Venue and Dates

The meetings will take place at the IBFD Head Office in Amsterdam on Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 June from 9:00 until 18:00.
 

Who should attend?

The Doctoral Students Meeting is intended for students working on a doctoral thesis in the fields of international, European or comparative tax law.
 

Early Career Scholars Meeting

This meeting aims to provide a worldwide forum for young tax law scholars from all over the world to meet and discuss their ongoing research projects. In order to qualify applicants must:
  • have obtained their PhD;
  • be younger than 45;
  • spend more than 50% of their time during the week on research-related activities(regardless of the place where they are developed: universities, international organizations, institutes, research centres, etc.)

Programme

The meetings will take place at the IBFD Head Office in Amsterdam on Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 June from 9:00 until 18:00. In addition to the presentations by the participants and panel-led discussions, the programme will contain several special methodological and informative sessions on useful topics for doctoral students and early career scholars.
 
The programme will be designed to include individual research time for participants to make use of the IBFD library and facilities. As is tradition, participants will be invited by IBFD for a social programme including a boat trip through Amsterdam (9 June) and a closing dinner at a local restaurant (11 June).
 

Panelists

Both of the meetings will feature panels by renowned experts in international, European and comparative tax law. In the last few years we have had the honour to host:
 
  • Prof. Hugh Ault – Em. Professor at Boston College Law School; Special Adviser to the OECD.
  • Prof. Geerten Michielse – Senior Counsel (Fiscal Law), IMF.
  • Prof. Pasquale Pistone – Jean Monnet Ad Personam Professor at the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law, WU Vienna, Austria and Professor at the University of Salerno, Italy.
  • Prof. Frank Pötgens – Professor at VU University, the Netherlands.
  • Prof. Rainer Prokisch – Professor at Maastricht University, the Netherlands.
  • Prof. María Teresa Soler Roch – Professor at the University of Alicante, Spain.
  • Prof. Frans Vanistendael – Academic Chairman of the IBFD; Em. Professor at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium; Director of the European Tax College.
  • Prof. Dennis Weber – Professor at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • Prof. Stef van Weeghel – Professor at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Chairman of the IBFD Board of Trustees; Tax Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
  • Dr. Joanna Wheeler – Principal Research Associate of the Academic Department, IBFD.
  • Prof. Bertil Wiman – Professor of Tax Law at Uppsala University, Sweden; Chairman of the Executive Board of the European Association of Tax Law Professors (EATLP).
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Deadlines

  • Monday, 4 March Submission of applications and draft summaries.
  • Thursday 28 March Selection of applicants.
  • Monday 6 May Submission of final summaries and PowerPoint slides.
  • Monday 27 May Submission of articles (Early Scholars Meeting only)
    Email your application materials to the Executive Directors of the meetings, Richard Resch and João Nogueira and a copy to the Academic Secretary Hermann Röschlau (see email addresses below).

     

    Richard Resch
    Academic Coordinator
    +31205540177

     

    João Nogueira
    Senior Research Fellow
    +31205540103

     

    Hermann Röschlau
    Secretary to the Academic Chairman
    +31205540107