TRN 2017 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! The Chair and committee of the TRN, together with the organising committee at Bournemouth University are delighted to announce that registration for TRN 2017 is now open. A number of packages are available, and can be found by clicking here to go directly to the Bournemouth University registration site. As […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance invites young scholars to attend the 4th Max Planck European Postdoctoral Conference on Tax Law which will be held on 15-16 January 2018 in Munich. The Conference provides postdoctoral researchers in the field of tax law with a plat-form for presenting and discussing their research […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
TRN 2017 deadline for submission 30 April 2017 The 26th Annual Tax Research Network Conference Don’t forget you still have time to submit your paper for this year’s TRN conference at Bournemouth University Proposals for papers must be sent to the conference organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 April 2017. The proposal should take the form of an extended abstract of between […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
TRN 2017 Bournemouth Call for papers As previously advised by e-newsletter, the call for papers for TRN 2017 is currently live, with the deadline for abstracts fast appraching. Full details can be found on the attached flyer, or on the conference page of this site, but in brief: Proposals for papers must be sent to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
TRN 2016 was held in the wonderful setting of the University of Roehampton – with thanks to Professor Rebecca Boden for hosting us once again. We had a range of presenters and papers, with two streams running through most of the conference. The main conference was again preceded by a PhD colloquium, and we were […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Dear colleagues, The updated TRN 2016 programme is available here. We look forward to welcoming you at Roehampton University.Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Finance Committee in the last session of the Parliament recommended the need for a wide ranging debate across Scotland on taxation policy and recommended to the new Committee which will be formed shortly after the Scottish Parliament elections that it should prioritise consideration of its own role in leading this debate. While it will […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Symposium: Global Histories of Taxation and State Finances Since the Late 19th Century Basel (CH), December 1-3, 2016 Deadline for submitting proposals: May 31, 2016 Organization: Vanessa Ogle (University of Pennsylvania), in cooperation with the Institute for European Global Studies at the University of Basel, funded by the universities of Basel, Heidelberg, and Sydney Taxation […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
You are warmly invited to our upcoming international seminar on Tax & Poverty, part of a seminar series entitled “Architects of a Better World: Building the Post 2015 Business Engagement Architecture”, funded by the ESRC in response to the United Nations Global Compact’s call for businesses and business schools to support sustainable development. The […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Sorbonne Law School Tax Law Department has issued a Call for Papers for the Fourth Junior Tax Scholars Conference on The Instruments of International Tax Law: International tax law is composed of multiple instruments. Bilateral and multilateral agreements are, nowadays, standard means for the harmonious coexistence of national tax systems. The recent reforms in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.