Maarten de Wilde (1979) is full Professor of International and European Tax Law at the Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam. He specializes in international tax law and in European law with regard to direct taxation. His research focuses on the taxation of business income in a globalising and digitalising market environment.
Maarten is the head of the faculty's tax law department. He is a board member of EFS, Erasmus University Rotterdam, an education institute (post-master) and research institute in the area of international and European taxation affiliated with Erasmus School of Law and Erasmus School of Economics. Maarten is also on the staff as a Director at PwC. He is associated with the Africa-Europe Partnership Institute for Capacity Building and Human Resource Development (AEPICAB).
Maarten graduated in Dutch Law and Tax Law (both cum laude) from the University of Utrecht in 2005. He obtained his PhD cum laude in 2015, with his thesis on ‘Sharing the Pie’; Taxing Multinationals in a Global Market’ receiving various awards, including the Johannes Cornelis Ruigrok prize (2016). Maarten is married to Ciska Wisman and they have three daughters, Valerie (2016), Isabelle (2018) and Juliette (2020).
EW (Erik) Ros & MF (Maarten) de Wilde (2021) - Spreker tijdens studiemiddag van Rechtbank Zeeland-West Brabant en Gerechtshof 's-Hertogenbosch over Schumacker-doctrine van het Hof van Justitie van de Europese Unie
Maarten Wilde (2021) - The taxation of the digital economy – State of play of the discussion
Maarten Wilde (2021) - Winstbelastingheffing multinationals in een digitaliserende economie
Maarten Wilde (2021) - ATAD2 en FE
Maarten Wilde (2021) - Tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the economy; Recent developments and the TP aspects
Maarten Wilde (2021) - Fraus legis vanuit internationaal perspectief; Winstbelastingheffing multinationals; “Over de geest, de letter en de prikkel”
Maarten Wilde, M Van Dun & M Mookhoek (2020) - Corporate tax developments in the Netherlands