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Here you will find all the news items about the CPT project.

ACTL-CPT Talks
During the "ACTL-CPT Talks" one speaker presents and discusses a subject relevant to achieve a fair, efficient and fraud-proof taxation in today's society. The webinars are moderated by Prof. dr. Dennis Weber (Director of the ACTL and the CPT project) and/or one member of the CPT research team. The sessions are held via Zoom’s webinar tool. They are free of charge and opened to the general public.
Dr. Dennis Post joins UvA to lead research on the implications of distributed ledger technologies 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.

UvA partners with the City of Buenos Aires to design fair, efficient and fraud-proof tax systems

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

Dr. Kuzniacki joins ACTL

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. 

New partnerships for UvA research into 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.

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Daniël Smit joins ACTL

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.

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3 new assistant professors appointed

The incoming experts will join the Amsterdam Centre for Tax Law and will play an important role in the CPT project.

The role of online platforms in fighting tax fraud

PhD candidate Juan Manuel Vazquez explains his research on “The role of online platforms in fighting tax fraud” in an interview and a video.

Three vacancies to join the CPT Project

The CPT Project of the Amsterdam Centre for Tax Law (ACTL) is currently looking for new team members.