Law & Tax

Tax law is a relevant and dynamic field that moves along with social developments. Our Law & Tax department, and therefore the tax education and research of Erasmus School of Law, moves with these dynamics in an organic way, at the 'front end' of social developments and seizes opportunities where appropriate, opportune and relevant.

News

Martijn Schippers receives Dissertation Award

Martijn Schippers, Assistant Professor of Customs Law at Erasmus School of Law, received the Dissertation award 2020-2021 on 13 June 2022.

The open access dilemma

Sigrid Hemels, Professor of Tax Law, pleads for more explicit rules and discussions on open access publication in an opinion piece in het FD.

Polish obstruction of new minimum profit tax rate creates uncertainty

Maarten de Wilde, Professor of International Tax Law at Erasmus School of Law, tells more about the Polish obstruction of an EU tax proposal.

The Netherlands as the strongest link in European trade

Madeleine Merkx, Professor of Indirect Taxes at Erasmus School of Law, argues why many foreign companies supply Europe through the Netherlands.

The gatekeeper role in the fight against money laundering needs reform

In a recent publication, Karin van Wingerde and Claire Hofman explain the problems that are encountered in the fight against money laundering.

“Commercials about property value are frustrating for municipalities”

Arjen Schep, Professor of Local Government Taxes at Erasmus School of Law, explains why property value commercials are frustrating for municipalities.

Why do municipal taxes keep rising?

Every year, the municipal taxes increase. According to Arjen Schep, Professor of Local Government Taxes at Erasmus School of Law, this has several reasons.

A sugar tax in the Netherlands; could that even work?

Ilona van den Eijnde, researcher at Erasmus School of Law, questions whether a Dutch sugar tax could work.

Teacher Loes van Hulten winner of the Stevens Prize 2021

Loes van Hulten, lecturer in economics of taxation, is presented the Stevens Prize on Friday 4 February.

“Secrecy harms our national art collection and our constitutional democracy”

Sigrid Hemels, Professor of Tax Law at Erasmus School of Law, explains in het FD why secrecy about tax payment with art objects harms the constitutional state.

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