IBTC – Research Centre in National and International Tax Law at the Università Europea di Roma (European Univesity of Rome) is a unique and innovative Research Centre within Italian and International context.
Our methodology is based on:
The IBTC carries out activities, in particular, in the following areas:
The IBTC has the mission to study the scientific, technical and operational tools aimed at combining the economic perspectives with those purely of international taxation, taking into account the evolution of regulatory sources, doctrine and best-practices, even through collaborations with institutions as well as public and private bodies.
Its activities can be done as an autonomous research institute or in collaboration with other public and private institutions with which there are formalized relationships.
IBTC operates through an Operating Committee under the guidance of two Scientific Co-Directors.
The research activities are subject to validation by a Scientific Committee. The activities of the IBTC are carried out under the control ofUniversità Europea di Roma.
The Scientific Directors of the IBTC are responsible for the planning, the carrying out of the research activities, and responsible for the supervision of the scientific quality of the results achieved.
The Scientific Committee is primarily composed of prominent professors and heads of tax from well-known multinationals. It can be also composed of researchers, scholars, consultants and experts recognized at national or international level in disciplines related to the activities of the Centre.
The Scientific Committee has a consultative function of evaluation and validation of the quality of the scientific works developed by IBTC, autonomously or in collaboration with other bodies.
The members of the Committee can express opinions and evaluations both collectively and individually, at the request of the Scientific Co-Directors or on their own initiative.
The members of the Scientific Committee are designated by the Scientific Director and appointed by the Department of Human Sciences of the European University of Rome.
As per the 2021 program of the International Business and Tax Centre, and in line with the scientific-pragmatic approach chosen as pillar of the our scientific work, it is as follows:
Further details about the program will be available soon.