'The past and the future of EU corporate tax', Onno Ruding, Issue 1, pp. 2–3
'Towards European international tax law', Pasquale Pistone, Issue 1, pp. 4–9
'Exploring the future of ability to pay in Europe', Ruud de Mooij, Leo Stevens, Issue 1, pp. 9–15
'Is the Luxembourg capital tax waterproof?', Robert den Hartog, Cynthia Verschueren, Issue 1, pp. 15–24
'Taxation of capital gains realised by a Belgian resident in case of assignment of a major holding in the capital of a Belgian company to a company established in another Member State', Jean van Steenwinckel, Issue 1, pp. 24–30
'Case Law: UNITED KINGDOM', Peter Elliott, Issue 1, pp. 31–36
'Case Law: ITALY', Francesco Nanetti, Issue 1, pp. 37–38
'Case Law: Spain', Javier Martín Fernández, Jesús Rodríguez Márquez, Issue 1, pp. 39–41
'EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE', Caroline Docclo, Issue 1, pp. 41–49
'Legislation: Italy', Carla Calcagnile, Issue 1, pp. 50–51
'Legislation: AUSTRIA', Evelyn Zotter, Issue 1, pp. 51–52
'Recent Publications in SWI 2004', Richard Weidlich, Issue 1, pp. 53–54

'VAT in the EU: one-stop (but no shop)', René N.G. van der Paardt, Issue 2, pp. 56–57
'There is no such thing as tax Coca Cola!', Manuel Pires, Issue 2, pp. 58–58
'A rejoinder to Manuel Pires: What if there is no tax Coca Cola?', Frans Vanistendael, Issue 2, pp. 59–60
'The Marks & Spencer EU group relief case - a rebuttal of the ’taxing jurisdiction’ argument', Phillip Martin, Issue 2, pp. 61–68
'Fokus Bank: the end of withholding tax as we know it?', Barry Larking, Issue 2, pp. 69–77
'Safeguarding pension taxation rights in cross-border situations', Peter Schonewille, Issue 2, pp. 78–82
'Abuse of rights, fiscal neutrality and VAT', Michael Ridsdale, Issue 2, pp. 82–94
'Marks and Spencer - more questions than answers: an analysis of the Opinion delivered by Advocate General Maduro', Michael Lang, Issue 2, pp. 95–100
'European Court of Justice', Caroline Docclo, Issue 2, pp. 101–104
'United Kingdom', Peter Elliott, Issue 2, pp. 104–109
'France', Sonia Reeb-Blanluet, Issue 2, pp. 109–110
'The Netherlands', Ruud van der Linde, Dennis Weber, Issue 2, pp. 110–111
'Italy', Francesco Nanetti, Issue 2, pp. 112–113

'Corporate Tax in the EU: a never-ending story?', Maria Theresa Soler Roch, Issue 3, pp. 116–118
'The Merger Directive amended: the final version', Eva van den Brande, Issue 3, pp. 119–127
'Capital movements and direct taxation: the effect of the non-discrimination principles', Daniël S. Smit, Issue 3, pp. 128–139
'Do the basic freedoms of the EC Treaty also require an amendment to the national tax laws on charities and non-profit organisations?', Klaus Eicker, Issue 3, pp. 140–144
'The Netherlands', Ruud van der Linde, Dennis Weber, Issue 3, pp. 145–145
'United Kingdom', Peter Elliott, Issue 3, pp. 146–162
'Austria', Martin Jann, Robert Pfeiffer, Issue 3, pp. 162–163
'The Netherlands', Ruud van der Linde, Dennis Weber, Issue 3, pp. 164–164
'Germany', Jens Görries, Issue 3, pp. 164–166
'Letter to the Editorial Board: Again: There is no such thing as tax Coca Cola!', Manuel Pires, Issue 3, pp. 167–168

'The contribution of a sustainable EU tax police to the Lisbon agenda', L. Kovács, Issue 4, pp. 172–172
'The implications of the judgment in the D case: the perspective of two non-believers', Arnaud de Graaf, Geert Janssen, Issue 4, pp. 173–189
'The ECJ, the `D’ case, double tax conventions and most-favoured nations: comparability and reciprocity', Tom O’Shea, Issue 4, pp. 190–201
'EU-policy for lifting pension tax obstacles does not work', Roland de Greef, Issue 4, pp. 202–207
'Cohesion: The phoenix rises from the ashes', Frans Vanistendael, Issue 4, pp. 208–222
'Case Law: The Netherlands', Ruud van der Linde, Dennis Weber, Issue 4, pp. 223–223
'Case Law: United Kingdom', Peter Elliott, Issue 4, pp. 223–228
'Case Law: Germany', Lars Christian Küver, Markus Lamm, Issue 4, pp. 228–230
'European Court of Justice', Caroline Docclo, Issue 4, pp. 231–242
'Case Law: Greece', Nasos Nikolopoulos, Issue 4, pp. 241–242
'Legislation: Greece', Nasos Nikolopoulos, Issue 4, pp. 243–243

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