International Taxation Summer Course : “Issues and Challenges in the International Taxation Field”


Wednesday, June 22, 2016 (All day) to Friday, June 24, 2016 (All day)


Harvard Law School, Wasserstein Hall, Room 5048

RCC is pleased to announce the third edition of the International Taxation Summer Course, co-organized by Rey Juan Carlos University, and the Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School.

The Summer Course on International Taxation organized at Harvard University will focus issues in international taxation such as state aid, tax havens, anti-abuse clauses in double taxation conventions, and aggressive tax planning techniques. The so called “BEPS” (Base Erosion and Profits Shifting), that has been the subject of important research and policy-making initiatives promoted by the OECD and the EU Commission, will be also dealt with.

The course will be taught by distinguished faculty comprised of full-time professors, leading practitioners from law firms, accounting firms and industry, as well as senior officials from the relevant tax administrations.

The course is open to University students, legal and economic professionals.

Sponsors: CUNEF, IBFD, CaixaBank, Equipo Económico, REPSOLTelefonica, TOTALBANK, Santander, IGLP at Harvard Law SchoolRCC

 For more information please see brochure: 

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