Is the Academic Coordinator of SUSEET, she is tax law associate professor in the Department of Law of the University of Naples “Federico II”. Her expertise concerns primarily environmental taxation, also in a comparative perspective. She is currently working on diverse topics such the analysis of emissions taxes in Europe. She is author of several publications on the research topic (all publications can be found at https://www.docenti.unina.it/roberta.alfano), and she is member of several research projects dealing with environmental taxation in Italy and abroad.
Is tax Law full professor in the University of Barcelona, his main research topics are environmental and energy taxation, inheritance tax, and taxpayers bill of rights, always from an international comparative point of view. He has spent several research stays in the USA (Harvard, Boston College), Italy (Naples, Palermo), United Kingdom (Oxford) and The Netherlands (IBFD). He published more than 150 articles in national and international periodicals and books.
Is Research Fellow at Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation. She had a Postdoctoral Fellowship – National Fund for Scientific Research (FNRS) Awarded for three years at the University of Louvain, on the subject “Taxing multinational enterprises: a legal instrument to achieving international climate targets”. She obtained her Ph.D in Environmental tax law, with a thesis entitled “Environmental Cross-Border Taxation from an International (Trade) Law Perspective: Bringing coherence to the legal chaos”. She spent a lot of research stay abroad like at International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation (IBFD), WU Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law, Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance. She is author of several publications in environmental tax law.
Is full professor of financial and tax law at the San Pablo-CEU University and ENDESA Chair on Tax Law and Climate Change. She is lawyer practicing European and tax law in Madrid. Among other activities, she has been external consultant of the European Commission (TAXUD) and she has participated in several OECD meetings. She is currently principal researcher of the project “EU-China: Comparative experiences and contributions to global governance in the fields of climate change, trade and competition” (Ref. 587904-EPP-1-2017-1-ES-EPPJMO-NETWORK Project), and she has recently coordinated the Jean Monet research project “Energy taxation and State aid control: looking for a better coordination and efficiency”. She is editor of 3 books, author of more than 100 articles, 2 books, co-author in near 50 other books. She will be involved in the teaching programme.
Is adjunct professor of European Law at the University of Bologna, Faculty of Political Sciences/Master in International Relations. He spent 34 years as legal advisor in the Legal Service of the European Commission. He worked in five different teams of the EU Commission Legal Service and more precisely in the ones entrusted with EU labour law (1983-1987), competition law (1987-1992), tax law (1993-2003), business and bank law (2004 – 2013) and finally criminal, civil and immigration law (2013-2017). He represented his Institution before the EU Court of justice in more than 500 cases in seven sub-sectors of EU law but mainly in the tax law area. With his written and oral pleadings he contributed to a substantial extent to the development of the EU Court of justice case-law mainly in the tax law area. He will be involved in the teaching program; his lesson will be characterized by a practical approach starting to the analysis of jurisprudence in the field of environmental tax law.
Is tax law full professor in the department of tax Law and Finance, at the University of Seville. He is legal advisor to different public and private institutions regarding legal issues (fiscal federalism, regional and local taxes, environmental taxes, taxation of tourism activities). He wrote several national and international publications in environmental taxation, and he participated to many conferences on this matter.
Is advisor at Italian Ministry of Environment, president of the OECD Committee on Environmental Performance Country Reviews, and past-president of the OECD Committee on Tax & Environment. He is past Chief Economist at DG Sustainable Development, EU & International Relations of the Italian Ministry of Environment, Land & Sea – Sogesid TA, He is member of the scientific committee at Foundation for Sustainable Development – Foundation Centre for a Sustainable Future – Rientro Dolce (population and environment) – AAA (Italian Environmental Analysts Association) – Green Economy Observatory (Bocconi University). He wrote several publications on environmental taxation and he participated to several conferences on this topic.
Is a professor of Tax Law and European Law at the Faculty of Law and criminology and Head of the Institute of European Studies at the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain). His research interests include European tax integration, international taxation, fiscal and financial federalism, EU indirect taxation (VAT) and interaction between taxation and public policies, including environmental policy, in particular as regards the EU and constitutional constraints to domestic tax policies. He also practices law at the Brussels Bar (Of Counsel, Liedekerke). He is author of over 140 publications in five different languages. He has held numerous conferences and seminars in the area of international, European and Belgian tax law, organized by European and Latin American universities, as well as by international organizations (European Commission) and international scientific associations (International Fiscal association, Latin American Institute for Tax Law-ILADT).
Is currently Economist at the Italian Ministry of Finance. He was Senior Economist in Environmental Economics at the Italian Ministry of Environment – T.A. Sogesid. He started his work in the Environmental Economics Unit on January 2016. His specific areas of interests and activities include environmental fiscal reform, natural capital and accountability, sustainable finance, environmentally harmuful subsidies.
He was Vice-President OECD Working Party on Integrating Environmental and Economic Policies (WPIEEP) between 2018 and 2019. From 2016 to 2019, he was the Italian delegate at WPIEEP and the Joint Meeting of Tax and Environment Experts (JMTEE) at OECD. In 2012-2015, he was a full-time Ph.D. student in Environmental Economics at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” and achieved his Ph.D. in March 2018.
Is a Ph.D doctor of University of Naples and University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne. She discussed her thesis on 22th February 2019 on environmental taxation, comparing the Italian and French experience. She was visiting researcher at IBFD, University of Rosario (Bogotà), University of Paris II. She spent a traineeship at the Spanish Constitutional Court. She taught some courses at University of Paris X. She wrote several publications on environmental taxation and on tax incentives to protect cultural heritage. She participated to some national and international conferences on this topic. She obtained the European Environmental Agency Grant to participate to the XX Global Conference on Environmental Taxation.
She is Head of International tax at Intesa Sanpaolo. Before joining Intesa Sanpaolo, she was a postdoctoral research fellow at IBFD Academic and Assistant Professor at Maastricht University (the Netherlands). She has been a visiting researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance, Munich (Germany) and at the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law, WU, Vienna (Austria). Here, she has also been teaching assistant on European Tax Law. She holds a Ph.D in Tax Law (2014) from the Luiss Guido Carli University, Rome (Italy), where she has also been a research and teaching associate. Her areas of expertise are environmental taxation (topic of her dissertation), tax policy, EU tax law and international taxation, fields in which she has published several articles and contributions in Italian and English.