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EU Tax Law and Policy: In search for coherence and specialization
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The concession of the Jean Monnet Chair ‘EU Law and Taxation’ in 2011 allowed the University of Valencia to deepen is specialized studies on EU Law and tax matters, and seeks to consolidate its role as a University of reference on EU tax matters. This new proposal will serve to reinforce its position, with renovated initiatives, new additional teaching activities and broader research goals, with a new dynamism and a clear coordinated consistent strategy, a global dimension of its activities and a clear collaborative nature of many of its proposed activities, joining efforts with other reference centres on European Union Tax issues.The actual international financial crisis reinforces the role of the European Institutions in search for stable and sufficient public funds, and thus reinvigorates the need to search for stable and fair distribution of public charges among the economic operators. In the era of reformulation of the international tax standards that derive from the BEPS action plan presented by the OECD, there is a need to clearly identify the tax policy orientation of the European Union and its Member States and the need for an equilibrium between measures to counter aggressive tax avoidance schemes and respect for the taxpayer charter of rights.The proposal both searches (a) to consolidate specialized and high level master teaching activities that were introduced with the original Jean Monnet Chair ‘EU Law and Taxation’ and (b) to open new lines of teaching directed to more specialized students and professionals needed of a constant and extraordinary supply of high-technical level knowledge teaching.Moreover the project seeks to enhance and support the development of highly specialized doctoral studies on European Tax Integration with the core centre at the University of Valencia. In this line, some activities/events intend to coordinate new joint ventures with European universities in order to improve the standards of research in EU tax integration.