Academic Seminar "The Role and Design of Tax Treaties in a Global Integrated Economy" - 6. Februar 2018
The Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law Vienna in cooperation with the WU Global Tax Policy Center are organizing an academic seminar on the Role and Design of Tax Treaties in a Global Integrated Economy.
This one-day seminar on "The role and design of tax treaties in a global integrated economy" will take place on 6 February 2018 in LC.0.200 on WU Campus, Vienna, Austria. We aim to construct it as a way to provide an opportunity for inter-disciplinary discussions on the current research for tax treaties. The event will bring together leading tax experts representing academia, public institutions, and practitioners from around the globe.
The latest developments on the international agenda have profound implications on the shape of the tax treaty network across the board. On the one hand, many countries have already committed to amend their tax treaties by signing the Multilateral Instrument and on the other, some countries are becoming more and more skeptical about entering into tax treaties. The time is ripe to take stock of the tax treaty network, both from a legal and an economic perspective, to assess what the future for tax treaties may be.
Experts and/or researchers in law and/or economics have been invited to submit their paper proposals on one of three topics:
Modern Legal Perspectives on Tax Treaties.
Modern Economic Perspectives on Tax Treaties.
Looking Forward – the Future of Tax Treaties.
(See the draft agenda for a short description of each topic.)
Selection of Papers
Following a double blind peer review of submissions, the organizing committee has carefully selected a number of proposals.
Full papers need to be submitted by 19 January 2018 and at the latest, by 26 January 2018.Participants selected to present papers will be expected to cover their own costs. All selected papers will be shared before the meeting (as confidential drafts) so that all participants can contribute and provide valuable feedback.
Register for the Seminar
(Deadline of registration: January 15, 2018)