EC Tax Review
Editor: B. J. Kiekebeld, Ernst & Young Belastingsadviseurs LLP, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Editorial Board: H. van Arendonk (Chairman), Professor, Erasmus University Rotterdam Chairman, European Fiscal Studies Rotterdam; A. Cordewener, Professor of Tax Law KU Leuven, Flick Gocke Schaumburg, Bonn L. de Broe, Professor of Tax Law KU Leuven; B. Peeters, Professor of Tax Law, University of Antwerp; M. Aujean, Taj, (Member of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu), Paris; E.C.C.M. Kemmeren, Professor of international tax law and international taxation, Tilburg University; member of the board of the European Tax College; deputy justice of the Arnhem Court of Appeals (Tax Division); of counsel to Ernst & Young Belastingadviseurs LLP, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; H.A. Kogels, Professor, Erasmus University, Rotterdam;
Advisory Board: Prof. Philip Baker QC; Prof. Dr Daniel Deak; Prof. Avv. C. Garbarino; Prof. Daniel Gutmann ; Prof. Dr Marjaana Helminen; Prof. Dr Michael Lang; Prof. Dr Koen Lenaerts; Richard Lyal; Prof. Dr Wlodzimierz Nykiel; Prof. Dr Maria Teresa Soler Roch; Prof. Dr Bertil Wiman; Prof. Dr Fred Zimmer
Now available 6 times a year, EC Tax Review features the following:
• It is the only journal exclusively dedicated to European Community (EU) tax developments, the harmonization of taxation in the EU, and the implementation of EC tax laws into national legislation making it essential for your department.
For these reasons EC Tax Review has proven itself to be a worthy companion to all tax practitioners needing to know how EU tax legislation affects their domestic tax regime and how best to plan for the inevitable changes. And let's face it, these days that is a given.
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