I will be co-directing a course at Copenhagen Business School from 12 to 14 September this year. It is part of their Masters in Tax course and is a programme out on as part of the Combating Financial Fraud and Empowering Regulators (COFFERS) Horizon 2020 EU funded research programme which partly funds my work.
The course will all be in English despite the venue.
Whilst the course has academic content it is also intended as a practical course that might be attended by those who do not want to be examined as a result of participation. Attendance is free barring modest charges for meals and refreshments. Attendees will, however, have to fund their own travel and accommodation.
The course should appeal to those working in tax, campaigning on tax-related issues, and those studying tax-related issues. The course will be participative.