As 2022 comes to an end, we look back at the exciting second year of the CORPTAX research group and summarise the main stories of CORPTAX and its researchers.
The DemoTrans project is now underway after CORPTAX researchers attended the kick-off meeting at KU Leuven on September 1-2, 2022.
CORPTAX, in collaboration with EU Tax Observatory, is organizing an academic conference in Prague in November 2022.
Find more information, full call for papers and submission form in this post.
New project, new opportunities: DemoTrans Several CORPTAX team members are involved in the DemoTrans project, recently accepted for funding as part of the Horizon 2020 programme by the European Commission. DemoTrans will study the interplay between the sustainability of our democratic institutions and corporate transparency. The project is set out to begin on September 1, …
CORPTAX is hiring up to three new full-time junior researchers starting from July 2022 for 3 years, who would also complete their PhD studies in economics at Charles University during that period.
We are looking for a part-time postdoc in economics to join our team, starting as soon as possible and definitely by July 2022. The researcher is expected to have shared research interests with CORPTAX and to contribute to CORPTAX research papers over the forthcoming years.
As 2021 comes to an end, we look back at the fruitful first year of the CORPTAX project and summarize the main successes of CORPTAX researchers.
CORPTAX, in collaboration with GLOBTAXGOV, has organized a virtual research workshop on 18 March.
Recording, papers and slides available!
CORPTAX aims to establish how much multinational corporations pay in taxes, to what extent these taxes are paid in tax havens, and which factors drive these patterns. Ultimately, it aims to use theoretical, methodological and empirical innovations to transform the understanding of corporate taxation in a globalised world. The five-year-long project was launched in January …