A Sustainable Path for Tax Transparency in Developing Countries
The conference will present and discuss some preliminary results from the project Sustainable tax governance in developing countries through global tax transparency - DeSTaT
|08:30 - 09:00||Registration and welcome coffee|
|09:00 - 09:05||Welcome and opening, Prof. emeritus Frederik Zimmer|
|09:05 - 09:50||General overview of the DeSTaT Project, Prof. Pasquale Pistone|
|09:55 - 10:10||“Is the agenda of global tax governance fit for developing countries?”, Prof. Dr. Jeffrey Owens|
Presentations of other TaxCapDev Projects:
|11:40 - 11:50||Coffee break|
|11:50 - 13:00||
Presentations of meta-articles I
Commentary on presentations of meta-articles: Prof. Dr. Irene Burgers (University of Groningen)
Panel composition: Prof. emeritus Frederik Zimmer (chairperson), University of Oslo; Prof. Jennifer Roeleveld, University of Cape Town; Diego Quinones, Esq. LLM, ICDT and Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford, Partner, Quiñones Cruz Abogados (Bogota/Oxford.), Rajesh Ramloll, the Deputy Solicitor-General at the Attorney-General’s Chamber (Mauritius).
|13:00 - 14:00||Lunch break|
|14:00 - 15:30||
Presentations of meta-articles II
Commentary on presentations of meta-articles: Prof. Dr. Irene Burgers. Panel discussion and interventions from the audience
Panel composition: Prof. Dr. Luís Eduardo Schoueri, University of São Paulo (chairperson); Prof. Addy Mazz, University of the Republic (Uruguay); Prof. emeritus Frederik Zimmer, University of Oslo, Bosire Nyamori, School of Law, University of Nairobi, (Kenya).
|15:30 - 15:50||Coffee break|
|15:50 - 17:00||
Presentations of meta-articles III
Commentary on presentations of meta-articles: Prof. Dr. Irene Burgers. Panel discussion and interventions from the audience.
Panel composition: Prof. Dr. Irene Burgers (chairperson); Prof. Craig West, University of Cape Town; Anna Berna Scapa Passalacqua, Ernst & Young (Oslo); Natalia Quiñones, Colombian Tax Institute and Quiñones Cruz Abogados (Bogota).
|17:00 - 17:30||Closing remarks on the conference and prospective developments of the DeSTaT project by Prof. emeritus Frederik Zimmer, and Prof. Pasquale Pistone|