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 University funding and with funds provided by external stakeholders (i.e. businesses and governments) who are interested in supporting academic research to design fair, efficient and fraud-proof tax systems. So far, stakeholders participating in this ambitious project include private organizations like Ernst & Young (EY), Gatti Pavesi Bianchi Ludovici, Loyens & Loeff, Maisto e Associati, Microsoft, Netflix and NEXI Group; as well as governments like the tax authority of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (AGIP). Other organizations supporting this initiative are the Dutch Association of Tax Advisers (NOB) and the Dutch Branch of the International Fiscal Association (IFA). Part of the CPT project is also financed by the Netherlands legal research agenda 2019–2025 on Digital Legal Studies, and the project forms part of Amsterdam Law School ‘Digital Transformation of Decision-Making’ initiative.
In the forthcoming months, other public, private and third sector organizations will also join.