THE GREIT LISBON SUMMER COURSE ON STATE AID
Coordinators: Prof. Dr. Ana Paula Dourado,Adv. LLM José Almeida Fernandes
Assistants: Tiiu Albin & Soraia Silva
The fourth edition of “The GREIT Lisbon Summer Course” will focus on “State Aid” as a specific topic of European taxation at both an academic and practical level.
The course is structured to foster debate among both lecturers and participants from different countries, enabling all participants to enter into a detailed analysis of the recent and pending CJ’s case law and the current tax topics under discussion in the European Union regarding State Aid, namely on “Regional Selectivity”, “Smart Tax Competition and the Geographical Boundaries of Taxing Jurisdictions”, “Material Selectivity”, “State Aid Procedural Rules & Recovery of Unlawful State Aid”, “Fiscal Policy & State Aid” and "Interaction of State aid rules and (i) harmful tax competition rules; (ii) free movement rules, and (iii) national anti-abuse rules: the Gibraltar, Regione Sardegna and CFC cases".
The course will also comprise the analysis of case studies from case law dealing with State Aid issues related with specific jurisdictions, such as “Spain: Goodwill Amortization & State Aid”, “Sweden: Are Risk Capital Incentives State Aid?” and “Netherlands: The Dutch Interest Box & State Aid?”.
The international panel of lecturers includes distinguished academics and professionals: Prof. Dr. Michael Lang (WU Vienna), Prof. Dr. Pasquale Pistone (Univ. Salerno/WU Vienna), Richard Lyal (EU Commission), Prof. Dr. Cécile Brokelind (Uni. Lund), Rita Szudoczky (Adv. LLM Leiden/Uni. Amsterdam), Prof. Dr. Daniel Sarmiento Ramirez-Escudero (Univ. Complutense of Madrid/Court of Justice), Prof. Dr. Frans Vanistendael (Uni Leuven, IBFD) and Prof. Dr. Peter Wattel (Uni. Amsterdam).
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EU TAX POLICY Conference
Coordinator: Dr. Rita de la Feria
Assistant: Miguel Pimentel
The EU Tax Policy Conference will focus on the following subjects:
General Considerations on EU Tax Policy; Economic Principles in the Design of Corporation Tax; What is Tax Discrimination?; Corporate Tax Harmonization and the Economic Impact of the CCCTB; The CCCTB: Selected Legal Issues; Financial Sector Taxation; Taxing Banks; The EU Commission's Proposal for a Financial Transactions Tax; VAT; Latest Proposals on VAT; Cross-border VAT and Multiple Location Entities; Tax Havens; With Which Countries do Tax Havens Share Information?; The Effect of Tax Havens in Territorial and Worldwide Jurisdictions
The international panel of lecturers includes distinguished academics and professionals:Michael Devereux (Oxford University) Michael Knoll (Pennsylvania University); Ruud de Mooij (IMF); Christiana Panayi (Queen Mary, London University); Michael Keen (IMF); John Vella (Oxford University); Sijbren Cnossen (Maastricht); Rebecca Millar (Sydney University); Clemens Fuest (Oxford University) and Giorgia Maffini (Oxford University) .
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