Chair for Tax Management and the Laws of International and Liechtenstein Taxation

The holder of the Chair, Professor Martin Wenz, and the other faculty members are concerned with  national and international tax law and with the tax systems of the four German-speaking countries (Liechtenstein, Austria, Switzerland and Germany), along with international tax agreements (DBA, TIEA, StA, FATCA, AIA, CRS) and international tax planning in relation to private persons, companies, wealth structures and financial instruments.

This subject matter is taught on the BSc, MSc and PhD degree courses, on the certified course in Tax Law, on the Executive Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Taxation and at various conferences on the subject of tax. Research is focused on various projects relating to Liechtenstein and European tax law and to the international taxation of wealth structures, on knowledge transfer with a view to reform of tax law and on tax and double taxation agreements. Numerous publications in German and English complement the department’s research, teaching and knowledge transfer activities.




University Teachers

Dr. Paloma Schwarz, LL.M.
Assistant Professor

Assistants / Administration

Tobias Kögl, BSc
Project Collaborator

Student Assistants

Katharina Graf
Student Assistant

Kasem Zotkaj, B.Sc
Student Assistant