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Conference: The Future of International Taxation

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Monday, 17 February 2020
8.30 a.m. to 5.15 p.m.

University of Liechtenstein
lecture room 5


Digitisation has enabled new business models and the emergence of new and often intangible value drivers has revolutionised entire sectors. In view of these developments, the question arises whether international income tax rules, developed in a "brick-and-mortar" economic environment more than a century ago, remain fit for purpose in the modern digital economy.

The conference is dedicated to discuss the tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the economy. Prof. Marco Greggi (University of Ferrara, IT), will discuss the Quest for new Nexuses and the Formulary Apportionment under Pillar 1. Prof. Martin Wenz (University of Liechtenstein, FL) will discuss the New Global Anti-Base Erosion Proposal (GloBE) under Pillar 2. Prof. Munin (Zefat Academic College, IL) gives an overview of Israeli international tax law. Furthermore, cases on international tax law will be presented and solutions will be discussed.

Furthermore, Prof. Marc Deloof (University of Antwerp) and Ass.-Prof. Tanja Kirn (University of Liechtenstein) will present how the Allowance for Corporate Equity (ACE) affects the risk taking of companies. Jun-Prof. Inga Hardeck shows how different interest groups have lobbied for the BEPS project.

The conference language is English. Registration is required until Saturday, February 15, 2020, by e-mail to nicolas.baumann@uni.li.

Target Audience

  • Academic researchers in the field of taxation and corporate finance
  • Practitioners in taxation
  • Policy makers in the area of taxation
  • Students and Graduates

Information Contact

Dr. Tanja Kirn


[Free of charge]


Feb 15, 2020


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Details on Right of Withdrawal/Cancellation and Dropout as well as Substitute Participants are regulated in the General Terms and Conditions.