Institute of Accounting and Taxation
University of Münster, Germany
Prof. Dr. Christoph Watrin
Institute of Accounting and Taxation
University of Münster
Prof. Dr. Eva Eberhartinger, LL.M.
Tax Management Group
Vienna University of Economics and Business
Prof. Edward Maydew, Ph.D.
David E. Hoffman Distinguished Professor of Accounting
The University of North Carolina, USA
Prof. Michelle Hanlon, Ph.D.
Sloan School of Management
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
- Past, Present and Future of Tax Research
- Recent Papers and Issues in Publishing Tax Research
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The goal of the seminar is to bring together international scholars working on current issues in taxation. Thereby we will learn about different worldwide tax research and create a setting where work in progress can be improved and discussed in-depth. Especially the attendance and moderating function of Prof. Edward Maydew and Prof. Michelle Hanlon, as two of the leading US scholars in tax research, offers an excellent possibility to receive meaningful feedback for submitted work. Therefore, we encourage submission of analytical, empirical, experimental and legal tax research.
Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Accounting for income taxes.
- Tax accounting and capital markets.
- Similarities and differences between tax and financial accounting; book-tax conformity.
- Tax planning, tax avoidance and earnings management.
- Tax uncertainty, tax complexity and tax risk.
- Corporate governance and taxation.
- Taxation of multinational corporations.
- Taxation of family firms and public companies.
- Taxes and non-tax costs. Implicit taxes.
- Taxpayer behavior, tax compliance, tax consulting.
- The current and evolving duties of tax administrators and policymakers.
- Proposals for tax reforms, tax policy, recent legislative or regulatory changes.
- Important current tax issues.
- Taxes in a changing economic, regulatory, and fiscal environment.
- Tax harmonization.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION OVER
To submit your final paper please follow the uploading procedure from the notification e-mail that EIASM sent you upon acceptance.
The proposal is composed by a cover page and the body of the proposal. Please note that the proposal has to be submitted online as ONE document!
The COVER PAGE should be a separate sheet including the following information:
- Each Author’s name, his/her affiliation, address, telephone, fax, e-mail
The BODY of the proposal will consist of an abstract of 2 pages (cover page not included)
- All proposals should be single spaced, 11 point font, Times new roman or similar.
- The Abstract should include:
o Purpose/topic of research
o Research method
o Theories used
o Contribution of research
Proposal Submission: 28 March 2011
Author Notification: 15 April 2011
Registration of authors: 15 May 2011
Final Papers: 23 May 2011
The Research Center for Accounting and Taxation Münster offers ten scholarships for young research fellows of 300 € each.
To apply for a scholarship please send your proposal and a PhD confirmation letter to Nadine Ebert at Nadine.Ebert@wiwi.uni-muenster.de
The scholarships will be announced onsite, so it is necessary for all participants to register online before the workshop.
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
All recommended hotels are in a walking distance from the university.
|For participants affiliated with an institution that is member or associate member of the EIASM's
|300,00 € (VAT Exempt)|
|For participants coming from another academic institution
||390,00 € (VAT Exempt)|
Cancellations made before June 20, 2011 will be reimbursed minus 20% of the total fee. No reimbursement will be possible after that date.
Payments should be made by :
- The following credit cards: Visa or Eurocard/Mastercard/Access
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