Prof. Maarten de Wilde has been appointed professor of International and European Tax Law

Prof. Maarten de Wilde has been appointed professor of International and European Tax Law (0.6 FTE) within the Tax Law section with effect from 1 July 2018.

International and European tax law is important for national law, in particular for corporation tax, dividend tax and income tax. The research theme of Prof. De Wilde's chair is the impact of EU law and international and European (tax) law on the income and profit tax systems of countries. This is part of the research programme Fiscal autonomy and its boundaries.

As a nationally and internationally recognized scientist, who brings people together, the board of Erasmus School of Law asked prof. De Wilde to further develop the academic leadership of the Tax Law section.

In addition, Prof. De Wilde will further develop his international network of academics and international organizations, and will regularly act at international conferences and as a guest lecturer at foreign universities.

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Prof. De Wilde obtained his PhD at Erasmus School of Law with his thesis Sharing the Pie, Taxing multinationals in a global market (cum laude) in 2015. He previously worked as an assistant professor and later as an associate professor at this faculty. He is also attached to solicitor’s office Loyens & Loeff.