Tiiu Albin receives honourable mention for the Mitchell B. Carroll Prize
Tiiu Albin received an honourable mention for the Mitchell B. Carroll Prize for her dissertation “International Aspects of the CCCTB in Europe” during the 2015 IFA Congress in Basel. The Mitchell B. Carroll prize is awarded for a work dealing with international fiscal questions, comparative fiscal law or local fiscal law with the emphasis on the relationships with the fiscal law of foreign jurisdictions. Emily Fett (USA) won this year’s prize for her dissertation "Triangular Cases: The Application of Bilateral Income Tax Treaties in Multilateral Situations".
Legal scholar Amy Azhar on the unintended consequences of the possible new legislation limiting the influx of foreign students in the Netherlands.
Fossil subsidies undermine climate policy, says Patrick Huntjens and other colleagues in an opinion article.
For 40 years already, Annemie Mordant has been convinced that academic and support staff are stronger together. Until her retirement, as the head of MEMIC (the centre for research data management), she dedicated herself to optimally facilitating collaboration between academic and support staff. “We...