DIBT Doctorate Workshop:“Mission Completed?: The Implementation and Lasting Effects of the Multilateral Instrument”
PhD candidates are invited to participate in the DIBT Doctorate Workshop related to the conference “Mission Completed?: The Implementation and Lasting Effects of the Multilateral Instrument”.
The Doctorate Workshop will be held in Rust, Burgenland, on Thursday 2 July, 2020 from 15:00 to 18:00 and will be organized by the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law Vienna in cooperation with the Doctoral Program for International Business Taxation and the WU Global Tax Policy Center, with friendly support of the Christian Doppler Research Association and the International Fiscal Association (IFA), Austrian Branch (Wolfgang Gassner Research Fund for International Tax Law).
The DIBT Doctorate Workshop is an opportunity for doctoral students who are writing their thesis in this area to give a short presentation on the current status of their work and their preliminary research results. After each presentation one of the DIBT collegiates will comment on the PhD project of the speaker (from the point of view of his or her discipline). Then the project will be discussed amongst the students and professors who are already present in Rust.
If you are a PhD candidate wishing to apply, please submit the application form together with your CV, research outline (and other information asked for in the questionnaire below) and preliminary table of contents (in English) by email to Ms.Renée Pestuka firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st March 2020.
If you know someone else who might be in the target group and might be interested in applying, please spread the word and encourage them to apply! The application process is competitive, and those who are selected by the committee will be admitted to participate in the doctorate workshop and the conference for free. In exceptional circumstances, financial support for travel and/or accommodation could be possible (but has to be negotiated individually). Please read more about the conference HERE.