'Thank you and farewell: ‘Il n’y a pas de métier plus difficile que celui de bien remercier’', Frans Vanistendael, Issue 1, pp. 2–3
'ECJ should not unbundle integrated tax systems!', Eric C.C.M. Kemmeren, Issue 1, pp. 4–11
'Designing an anti-treaty shopping provision: an alternative approach', Arnaud de Graaf, Issue 1, pp. 12–23
'When do dealings in shares fall within the scope of VAT?', Rita de la Feria, Issue 1, pp. 24–40
'Case Law', Issue 1, pp. 41–48

'European cooperation after fifty years', Henk van Arendonk, Issue 2, pp. 50–51
'Does the ECJ have the power of interpretation to build a tax system compatible with the fundamental freedoms?', Frans Vanistendael, Issue 2, pp. 52–66
'ECJ case law on cross–border dividend taxation – recent developments', Michael Lang, Issue 2, pp. 67–77
'The new rules on the place of supply of services in European VAT', Ad van Doesum, Herman van Kesteren, Gert-Jan van Norden, Irene Reiniers, Issue 2, pp. 78–89
'Tribute to an icon of European and international taxation', Mathieu Isenbaert, Issue 2, pp. 90–94
'THE NETHERLANDS', Dennis Weber, Alexander Fortuin, Issue 2, pp. 95–95

'An optional and competitive common consolidated corporate tax base – a comprehensive measure towards a better functioning internal market', Krister Andersson, Issue 3, pp. 98–99
'Formula One. The race to find a common formula to apportion the EU tax base', Joann Martens Weiner, Issue 3, pp. 100–110
'Tax on earnings before interest and taxes instead of profit – fair, simple and competitive: a conceivable initiative of EU Member States for a common consolidated corporate tax base', Lorenz Jarass, Gustav M. Obermair, Issue 3, pp. 111–117
'Exemption method for PEs and (major) shareholdings best services: the CCCTB and the internal markets concerned', Eric C.C.M. Kemmeren, Issue 3, pp. 118–136
'Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base – the possible content of Community Law provisions', Katharina Kubik, Christian Massoner, Issue 3, pp. 137–141
'Some observations on the 2007 communication from the Commission: ‘The application of anti–abuse measures in the area of direct taxation within the EU and in relation to third countries’', Luc De Broe, Issue 3, pp. 142–148
'Case Law: Finland', Janne Juusela, Issue 3, pp. 149–149
'Case Law: The Netherlands', Dennis Weber, Alexander Fortuin, Issue 3, pp. 149–153

'After repeal of Article 293 EC Treaty under the Lisbon Treaty: the EU objective of eliminating double taxation can be applied more widely', Eric C.C.M. Kemmeren, Issue 4, pp. 156–158
'CCCTB and the Financial Sector', Vieri Ceriani, Issue 4, pp. 159–168
'Administrative issues and CCCTB', Ernst Czakert, Issue 4, pp. 169–172
'Cross–border transfer of losses, the ECJ does not agree with Advocate General Sharpston', Christian Wimpissinger, Issue 4, pp. 173–181
'Company Tax Reform in the European Union by Dr. Joann Martens–Weiner (Springer Science & Business Media, Inc. 2006)', Howard M. Liebman, Issue 4, pp. 182–186
'UK', Mark Persoff, Issue 4, pp. 187–187
'UK', Mark Persoff, Issue 4, pp. 188–192

'Proposed new EU rules on reduced VAT rates', Han Kogels, Issue 5, pp. 194–196
'Cross–border direct tax issues of investment funds from the perspective of European law', António Calisto Pato, Issue 5, pp. 197–220
'The Kredietbank Luxembourg and the Liechtenstein tax affairs: notes on the balance between the exchange of information between states and the protection of fundamental rights', T. A. van Kampen, L. J. de Rijke, Issue 5, pp. 221–232
'Neutrality of VAT for taxable persons: a new approach in European VAT?', Oskar Henkow, Issue 5, pp. 233–240
'Case Law', Issue 5, pp. 241–246

'Non–discrimination article in OECD Model Convention needs fundamental review', Philippe Hinnekens, Issue 6, pp. 248–249
'Outbound establishment revisited in Cartesio', Daniel Deak, Issue 6, pp. 250–258
'Freedom of establishment tax jurisprudence: Avoir Fiscal re–visited', Tom O’Shea, Issue 6, pp. 259–275
'Tax selectivity in State aid review: a debatable case practice', Claire Micheau, Issue 6, pp. 276–284
'Appointment of fiscal representative:Portugal in breach with EC law?', Diogo Ortigâo Ramo, Bruno Aniceto da Silva, Issue 6, pp. 285–288
'Case Law', Issue 6, pp. 289–294

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