How countries learn to tax; Complexity, legal transplants and legal culture

Lorentzcenter (Leiden, NL) | 25 February to 1 March 2019

The workshop focused on studying the feasibility of global tax governance in international tax law making, taking into account the differences in tax systems and tax cultures and the different problems of developing and developed countries. Furthermore, the aim was to set a reference and
evaluation framework for legal transplants in taxation and more specifically to the use of the theory of legal transplants and legal and tax culture to understand global tax governance.

This workshop was on invitation only. 25 junior and senior researchers from different disciplines were invited.

Description & timetable (with presentations) | More information (Lorentz Center site)