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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Goode on Commercial Law

Edited by: Ewan McKendrick
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A Vision of Taxes Within and Outside European Borders: Festschrift in Honor of Prof. Dr. Frans Vanistendael

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Edited by: Luc Hinnekens, Philippe Hinnekens

ISBN13: 9789041126405
Published: December 2007
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £177.00

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In return for the outstanding service rendered over many years by Frans Vanistendael, forty-five of the world’s notable taxation experts have prepared a festschrift in his honour. As scholar, teacher, advisor, and administrator, Professor Vanistendael (now emeritus) has played a role of great importance in the growth of our knowledge of taxation, and particularly in the development of EC taxation law.

Although discussion of the vital issues clustered around European taxation predominate in these thousand pages, many of the essays deal incisively with other areas of the field where Professor Vanistendael has left his mark, such as international tax systems, VAT theory, and cross-border tax arrangements. The authors include scholars, jurists, and leading taxation officials from a number of jurisdictions and international organisations, all of whom share gladly in this incomparable publishing venture. Their offering is a true tribute.

In building on the foundations laid by Professor Vanistendael’s many insights, these essays manifest the breadth of his scholarship and the depth of his commitment to the advancement of his chosen field. The result is a book that not only offers a stimulating, in-depth and useful insight into the many complexities, intricacies, and critical issues of taxation in today’s world, but also opens the way for further elaborations of Frans Vanistendael’s signal achievements

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