During this webinar, Vincent Ooi (Lecturer at Yong Pung How School of Law, Singapore Management University) will discuss the implications which the rise of crypto assets can have on tax systems, with a specific focus on tax systems of developing nations. This, in view of the report Vincent has published in March 2023 for the United Nations Committee of Experts on International Cooperation in Tax Matters (26th Session) on this topic
In preparation of a Conference on DAC7’s Transposition, the ACTL is making an open call for individuals interested in becoming National Reporters for the conference
The CPT project together with the Group for Research on European and International Taxation (GREIT) published a book titled "The Implications of Online Platforms and Technology for Taxation". The book marks a significant contribution to the ongoing conversation around these pressing topics.
UvA researchers participated in the Conference “Rethinking Global Taxation” organized by the Ministry of Finance of Colombia. They were selected among numerous applicants to provide technical input on how to design inclusive, sustainable and equitable tax systems, that takes the needs of developing countries into account.
The University of Amsterdam (UvA) has entered into an agreement with Chulalongkorn University from Bangkok, Thailand to conduct research on the design of fair, efficient and fraud-proof tax systems.
The Amsterdam Centre for Tax Law (ACTL) of the University of Amsterdam has received EU support to develop a new teaching programme on tax information reporting by online platforms.
The University of Amsterdam (UvA) has entered into an agreement with the University of Cape Town to conduct research on the design of fair, efficient and fraud-proof tax systems with special attention to developing countries of the African continent.
Declan Blom receives the award for the best thesis of UvA’s Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. His thesis combines data science with tax law and is the result of research conducted under the umbrella of the CPT project.
Six students from the Advanced LL.M. in International Tax Law program (UvA/IBFD) have been selected to participate in the CPT Project as student researchers. They will focus their final master’s thesis on different topics related to how tax systems should be designed for a cashless, platform-based and technology-driven society.
NEXI Group has entered into a start-up partnership with the University of Amsterdam (UvA) to support research on the tax challenges and opportunities raised by cashless payments methods, with particular attention to the role that fintech should play in current and prospective tax systems.
The University of Amsterdam (UvA) is proud to announce that one of the research leaders of the CPT project of the Amsterdam Centre for Tax Law (ACTL), Dr. Błażej Kuźniacki (profile), has been selected by the Notre Dame-IBM Technology Ethics Lab in the United States to receive an research grant for the team's project, “Exploring Local Post-Hoc Explanation Methods in Tax Related AI”. His team's proposal was among the best of an outstanding and group of proposals (more than 100 were submitted), representing different jurisdictions and continents around the globe.
Loyens & Loeff has entered into a partnership with the University of Amsterdam (UvA) to support research on the tax challenges and opportunities raised by technology, with particular attention to the use of trustworthy and responsible AI in the field of taxation.
Dr. Dennis Post, international tax partner and global blockchain tax leader at Ernst & Young (EY), joins the University of Amsterdam (UvA) to lead research on the opportunities that distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) and, in particular, blockchain can bring to the field of taxation.
The University of Amsterdam (UvA) has entered into a partnership with the Tax Administration of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (AGIP) to conduct research on the design of fair, efficient and fraud-proof tax systems
The UvA’s Amsterdam Centre for Tax Law has recently entered into a number of exciting new partnerships to help them conduct research into the design of fair, efficient and fraud-proof tax systems.
Daniël Smit has been named professor by special appointment of the Taxation of the Digital Economy. He will be one of the academic leaders of the CPT Project.
The incoming experts will join the Amsterdam Centre for Tax Law and will play an important role in the CPT project.
The UvA has appointed Dr. Blazej Kuzniacki as Assistant Professor in the field of tax law. He will join ACTL and will play an important role in the CPT project. His research will focus on how explainable AI can help design fair, efficient and fraud-proof tax systems.
PhD candidate Juan Manuel Vazquez explains his research on “The role of online platforms in fighting tax fraud” in an interview and a video.