About the event
The doctoral conference is a stimulating environment where early careers researchers from around the world can discuss their research.
The annual Doctoral Conference will be held by the Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation on Monday 7 and Tuesday 8 September 2020.
We welcome submissions on any topics related to business taxation in its broadest sense, including papers from economics, law, accounting and other disciplines, as well as interdisciplinary contributions. Preference will be given to current PhD students, but we also encourage researchers who have recently completed their PhD to submit their papers.
The conference offers presenters the opportunity to receive feedback in a friendly environment from Michael Devereux, Centre Director, and other leading academics and CBT researchers.
There will be a Best Paper Award with a prize of £500.
The Call for Papers deadline has now passed. Papers will be selected, and invitations extended, by 30 June 2020.
The conference will most likely take place online. However, if circumstances allow, the event will take place in Oxford and accommodation will be provided and paid for by the organiser for the nights of Sunday 6 and Monday 7 September. Reasonable travel costs will be covered for those who indicate that they require financial support. Please indicate the amount of support you require in the 'Additional information' section when you submit your paper. We would like to offer support to participants who otherwise would be unable to attend, especially those outside Europe.
This year’s Doctoral Conference convenors are Alice Pirlot and Martin Simmler. Please contact Alice or Martin if you have any questions about the academic content of the meeting. If you have any questions regarding the logistics, please contact Jenny Winsland or Alison Meeson by emailing CBT Events.