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After this course, students are able to:
- Analyze European/International tax law questions in respect of a foreign legal system;
- Evaluate comprehensive, international fact cases concerning European/International tax law in the context of a foreign legal system;
- Describe the cornerstones of a foreign tax law regime;
- Compare foreign tax law with Austrian tax law (or domestic tax law of another country) in order to gain a broader perspective thereon.
70% positive degree on written exam or paper, 15% participation, 15% discussion.
Students will be required to provide a written paper as their course assessment.
Knowledge of Austrian national tax law or another domestic tax law is required.
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Further specific lecturing materials will be provided by the institute 1 week before the lecture starts.The offered courses change each semester and are usually held by foreign guest professors.
*The outline of the course and the list of reading materials can be found in the folder "Learning Activities".