The ACTL is one of the founders of the Group for Research on European and International Taxation (GREIT) a collaboration between the ACTL and researchers from various universities in the EU. The core universities of the GREIT are: Lisbon University (Portugal), Lund University (Sweden), Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria), the University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands) and the University of Salerno (Italy). Other universities which participate in GREIT are: European University Institute (Italy); Johannes Kepler University of Linz (Austria), the IE Law School and the IE Center for European Studies Madrid (Spain) and Munster University (Germany).
Since 2013, the ACTL has been collaborating closely with the IBFD, based in Amsterdam, in order to set up the one year Advanced Master (LLM) in International Tax Law: Principles, Policy and Practice. This LLM has started in September 2015.
Outside the EU, the ACTL co-operates with universities in various parts of the world, such as the New York University (USA), FGV Rio (Brazil), the Financial University of Moscow (Russia), the Malaysian Tax Academy (Malaysia), Universidad del Rosario (Colombia) and the Central University of Finance and Economics (China).
Global Tax Conference Project
In 2016 four academic institutions started to cooperate together in the ‘Global Tax Conference Project’. In this project conferences will be held in different places around the world en books published.
Participating institutions are:
1. The Amsterdam Centre for Tax Law of the University of Amsterdam
2. New York University
3. The IBDT of the University of São Paulo
4. The China International Tax Center of the Central University of Finance and Economics in Beijing
Conferences where held on the 1st of June in Amsterdam (Anti-BEPS Implementation in the EU – the Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive: the major implications for the Tax (Planning) Landscape in the EU) and on the 28th of October in New York (NYU Global Tax Conference – Divergent country views of BEPS).
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