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International Taxation (Certificate of Advanced Studies in European and International Business Law)

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NYU’s International Tax Program is unique in the world, and the benefit will be yours. You will acquire special knowledge of international tax law and the different tax jurisdictions multinational enterprises are confronted with. In many situations a cross-border investment will lead to double taxation. In this course you will learn about the domestic and international tax law rules of the United States - the trendsetter in international taxation. We will then compare these rules with the tax law provisions in the European Union. At the end of the course you will have acquired basic knowledge of how to avoid double taxation and how to make use of beneficial tax regimes.

  • The Concept of Residence
  • U.S. Taxation
  • U.S. International Taxation
  • U.S. Inbound and Outbound
  • The OECD Model Tax Convention (i.a. Permanent Establishments, Transfer Pricing Principles, Passive Income Items, Exchange of Information)
  • Direct Taxation in the EU (Fundamental Freedoms, Tax Directives)
  • Tax Planning
  • Fairness of the Tax System


Dr. Peter R. Altenburger is the founder of ALTENBURGER LTD legal + tax, which meanwhile has grown into a mid-sized Swiss law firm with offices in both, Zurich and Geneva. The central aspects of his work are national and international tax issues, mainly in the area of acquisitions, restructuring a...
Georg Kofler (1977) is a Professor of Tax Law and head of the Institute of Fiscal Law, Tax Law and Tax Policy at Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria. He has earned a doctorate in law as well as a doctorate in business administration in 2002 and 2003 respectively and an LL.M. in Internatio...
Ruth Mason joined the University of Virginia School of Law faculty in the 2013 fall semester as a professor of law. Prior to joining the Law School, Mason was the Anthony J. Smits Professor of Global Commerce at the University of Connecticut School of Law. Mason has also been a visiting professo...
Alexander Rust is Professor in Tax Law at the WU Vienna University of Economics and Business. In the past, Alexander worked as Acting Assistant Professor in the international Tax Program at New York University and as Professor of tax law and director of the master program in European and Internat...
John P. Steines, Jr. is of Counsel in the Tax practice group at Cooley LLP, and is resident in the New York office. He joined Kronish Lieb Weiner & Hellman LLP in 2004, which was merged into Cooley Godward Kronish LLP in 2006. Mr. Steines has a broad-based practice in partnership, corporate,...
Prof. H. David Rosenbloom was appointed James S. Eustice Visiting Professor of Practise & Taxation in 2007 and is the Director of the International Tax Program at New York University, School of Law since 2002. He is a member of Caplin & Drysdale, Chartered, a firm he rejoined in 1981 afte...
Luzius Cavelti is a Tax Partner at Altenburger Ltd. legal + tax since 2016. He is specialized in tax law with particular focus on international tax law and cross border tax matters. He regularly advises in the area of corporate tax law and assists private clients in their business activities. Fur...