Maarten de Wilde
Maarten de Wilde is a full Professor at Erasmus School of Law (ESL), Erasmus University Rotterdam. He specializes in international tax law and in European law with regard to direct taxation, and his research focuses on the taxation of business income in a globalizing and digitalizing market environment.
Maarten heads the faculty's tax law department and is director of ESL's bachelor’s programme in Tax Law. He is a board member of EFS, Erasmus University Rotterdam, an education institute (post-master) and research institute in the area of international and European taxation affiliated with Erasmus School of Law and Erasmus School of Economics. Maarten works part time as a tax adviser at Loyens & Loeff, where he is a member of the general tax practice in Rotterdam and a member of the firm’s Tax Knowledge Centre. He is also associated with the Africa-Europe Partnership Institute for Capacity Building and Human Resource Development (AEPICAB).
Maarten publishes regularly. He obtained his LL.Ms at Utrecht University in 2005 (Dutch Civil Law, Tax Law; both with honours) and was awarded his doctorate by Erasmus University Rotterdam in 2015 for his thesis entitled ‘“Sharing the Pie”; Taxing Multinationals in a Global Market’, which he received with honours.