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Honorary CIOT Fellowship  presentation
07
Feb
2018
Director of CBT awarded prestigious Honorary Fellowship by Chartered Institute of Taxation
21
Apr
2017
Senior Research Fellow, Anzhela Cédelle, has been awarded the prestigious British Academy's Rising Star Engagement Award.
11
Feb
2016
Judith Freedman and Rita de la Feria named in International Tax Review Global 50
05
Feb
2016
Giorgia Maffini’s report “Business taxation under the Coalition government” was referred to in a Parliamentary debate on 25 January relating to the settlement between HMRC and Google.
28
Sep
2015
Irem Guceri and Li Liu won the IIPF Young Economists Award 2015 at the Annual Congress held in Dublin for their paper "Effectiveness of fiscal incentives for R&D: a quasi-experiment"
16
Jul
2015
On the 26th June 2015, the Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation took stock of the main landmarks of the development of Corporation tax over the last 50 years.
05
May
2015
Giorgia Maffini has written an article that has appeared in issue 1260 of Tax Journal on 1st May. Entitled 'Business taxation under the coalition government', the article draws on the recent Centre report of the same name.
28
Apr
2015
The current edition of Tax Notes International leads with an article on the proposal for a destination-based corporate tax proposed by Michael Devereux and Rita de la Feria and a discussion of why this might be a more approripate tax vehicle to BEPS.
16
Mar
2015
The performance of the economy and the economic credibility of the parties are central issues in the UK general election of May 2015. Most of the underlying policy questions are the subject of substantial academic research; and yet all too often, the findings of researchers do not make it into the public debate.
15
Dec
2014
Professor Michael Devereux, centre director, comments on the new diverted profits tax - the 'Google Tax'.

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