We’ve got tax covered.
The IBFD book collection is a key source of reference for tax professionals and scholars around the world. We publish comprehensive reference works on international tax as well as thorough accounts of current issues covering such topics as tax compliance and transparency, transfer pricing, tax treaties, BEPS and the digital economy.
Gain a broader perspective with authoritative works that contribute to the development of European tax law.
This series is published in association with the European Association of Tax Law Professors (EATLP). The EATLP aims to promote the development of academic teaching and research programmes on European, international, domestic and comparative taxation. Volumes in the series cover the thematic topics discussed at the Association’s annual congresses.
This series focuses on issues of interpretation of EC tax and treaty laws. Particular attention is paid to the interaction between tax law and other branches of law, primarily comparative law and public international law. Volumes in the series offer unique and detailed insights based on multi- jurisdictional research by legal scholars that is presented during annual invitational seminars.
Series Editor: Guglielmo Maisto, Maisto e Associati, Italy
Get quick answers with detailed overviews of the tax systems of various regions on a country-by-country basis.
This series comprises the European Tax Handbook, the Global Corporate Tax Handbook and the Global Individual Tax Handbook. Country overviews are presented in a common format that allows for quick fact- finding and easy comparison between countries. Updated annually in print and online format, these volumes are indispensable reference works for tax practitioners and libraries.
Explore an array of topics ranging from EC direct tax law and taxation and human rights to tax sustainability and European tax integration.
The volumes in this series cover the topics discussed at the annual conferences of the Group for Research on European and International Taxation (GREIT). GREIT is a network of academics specialized in EU and international tax law, that conducts independent expert research into the development of European and international taxation.
Find out what’s new with doctoral research that offers new viewpoints on international taxation and stimulates dialogue.
This series publishes volumes based on high-level doctoral research that is original and innovative and has a strong, long-lasting impact on European and/or international tax law. Each thesis published in the series undergoes extensive peer reviewing in line with the strictest selection standards to ensure that it meets the highest academic standards.
Editor-in-Chief: Pasquale Pistone, Academic Chairman, IBFD, the Netherlands
Deputy Editor-in-Chief: João Félix Pinto Nogueira, Deputy Academic Chairman, IBFD, the Netherlands
Managing Editor: Craig West, Senior Associate/Editor, IBFD, the Netherlands; Adjunct Professor, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Unravel the complexities of topical issues in international tax with in-depth, conceptual analyses.
The IBFD Tax Research Series provides in-depth analyses of topical issues in international tax. The relevant issues are addressed conceptually, and the discussion is grounded in thorough analysis of relevant domestic and treaty law and practice. Each volume in the series is authored entirely by IBFD’s research staff.
Read about the most important tax treaty cases decided around the world.
Based on the annual conference series, these volumes discuss the most important tax treaty cases decided worldwide each year.
Get access to the latest research results of the WU Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law.
This series presents the scientific results of the Institute’s research projects that focus particularly on international and EU tax law. Volumes in the WU Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law - Tax Law and Policy Series cover a broad range of selected aspects of comparative and international taxation.
Series Editor: Michael Lang, Head of the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), Austria