In order to ensure that businesses, governments and NGOs can contribute to this initiative and help identify relevant research topics and/or questions, the CPT project is opened for external partners. If your organization is interested in being part of the CPT project and collaborating with the design of modern tax systems for a post COVID-19 world, please contact the project’s general supervisor.
How is the CPT project financed?
As an independent and inclusive initiative with a strong impact on society, the CPT project is financed with Dutch Government funding, funds from fees earned with CPT-conferences and Courses and with funds provided by external stakeholders who are interested in supporting academic research to design fair, efficient and fraud-proof tax systems.
In 2023, the CPT project is financed by:
- Private commercial organizations: Ernst & Young (EY); Gatti Pavesi Bianchi Ludovici; Loyens & Loeff; Netflix; and NEXI Group.
- The Dutch Association of Tax Advisers (NOB);
- Government funding (Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW) and NOW).:Netherlands legal research agenda 2019–2025 on Digital Legal Studies; Amsterdam Law School ‘Digital Transformation of Decision-Making’ initiative;
- EU-Funding: Jean Monnet Action in the Field of Higher Education Modules (Erasmus+ program);
Other (non-financing) partners of the project are the University of Cape Town (UCT) from South Africa; Chulalongkorn University from Thailand; and the Tax authority of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (AGIP) from Argentina.