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Tilburg University remains best Dutch university for Law according to THE World University Rankings 2023 by subject26th October 2022
Tilburg University has confirmed its international reputation for teaching and research within the fields of Business & Economics, Law and Psychology with top-50 positions worldwide in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2023 by subject. With a 21st position worldwide in the THE subject ranking for Law, Tilburg University is among the world leaders in this field.
Bastiaan Starink appointed Endowed Professor of Labor Market, Pensions and Taxation02nd February 2021
As of February 1, 2021, Bastiaan Starink is Endowed Professor of Labor Market, Pensions and Taxation at Tilburg Law School. The remit of his chair concerns the reform of the collective second pillar of the pension system and the evolving labor market in the Netherlands.
The Netherlands misses out on € 1-2.5 billion in corporate income tax revenues each year31st January 2020
What amounts of taxes are being avoided ? That is the central question in Professor Arjan Lejour’s inaugural address at Tilburg University on February 7. Lejour has studied the extent of the tax avoidance by the business sector. His conclusion is that the Netherlands probably misses out on € 1 to 2.5 billion on corporate income tax revenue every year.
Tilburg University and PwC continue collaboration in Tilburg Institute for Family Business08th March 2022
Tilburg University and PwC continue their collaboration as part of the Tilburg Institute for Family Business and will work together in education and research on broad themes concerning family-owned businesses. The contract was signed on February 23, 2022. In the next five years, the institute will continue to build on the solid foundation laid over the past five years.
Inaugural lecture Bastiaan Starink: Tax reforms essential for labor market and pensions13th April 2022
Read the augural address (in Dutch) of Prof. Bastiaan Starink. In which he states that it is essential to look at the symbiosis between the labor market, the pension system, and the tax system, because taxation creates the preconditions for all of them.
Prof. Hans Gribnau winner of Jaap van den Berge Literature Prize of Stichting NLFiscaal03rd December 2021
Tax Law Professor Hans Gribnau has been awarded the Jaap van den Berge Literature Prize. This prize, initiated by the Stichting NLFiscaal, is yearly awarded to an author who has contributed significantly to the legal development of tax law.
Long term interests of multinationals include socially responsible tax planning24th September 2020
How can multinationals opt for socially responsible tax governance while upholding shareholders value? As long as managers act in the best long term interests of the corporation, they do not breach their fiduciary duty, argues law scholar Ave-Geidi Jallai in her PhD thesis.
Congratulations to our Tax Moot Court Team14th April 2021
Our Tax Moot Court Team won some wonderful awards at the International and European Tax Moot Court Competition. This event took place online between March 29 and April 2 and was organized by the Institute of Tax Law of KU Leuven and the IBFD in cooperation with Deloitte.