Nordic Tax Research Counsil
Secretary-general Caroline Nordklint
Juridiska fakulteten
Stockholms universitet
S-106 91 Stockholm
Tlf. + 46 8161 732
Email: caroline.nordklint@juridicum.su.se

Former recipients

Current projects that have received grants from the Nordic Tax Research Council as of June 30 2017:
  1. Maria Hilling DKK 30.000 for the project ”The Legal Relationship between General Anti-Avoidance Rules and Tax Treaties – A Comparative Evaluation”.
  2. Marja Hokkanen DKK 60.000 for the project ”Derivatives and European VAT”.
  3. Eero Männistö DKK 70.000 for the project ”Retroactive changes in VAT and other consumption taxes”.
  4. Antti Juhani Tokola DKK 60.000 for the project ”Tax Treaties as a Reason for Double Non-Taxation and as a Tool for its elimination”.
  5. Henrik Stensgaard DKK 25.000 for holding a law tax conference. 
  6. Mattias Nordin DKK 75.000 for the project “How do voters hold their politicians accountable for past tax policies?”.
  7. Katia Ceije DKK 110.000 for the project ”Social tryghett och beskattning i gränsöverskridande situationer”.
  8. Mats Höglund DKK 100.000 for the project ”Preskription av skattefordringar”.
  9. Jakob Bundgaard DKK 110.000 for the project ”Hybrid Financial Instruments in International Tax Law”.
  10. Matthias Dahlberg/Ali Sina Önder DKK 25.000 for the project “Commuters in the Öresund Region: How to Tax Them, and How to Share the Tax Revenue?”
  11. Pernille Wegener Jessen DKK 100.000 for the project “Eco-Taxation and State Aid: Legal Integration, Conflicts and Harmonisation”.
  12. Ragnheidur Snorradottir DKK 150.000 for the project "Ret til oplysninger ifølge aftale om international bistand i skattesager".
  13. Sarah Lindeberg DKK 50.000 for the project “Taxation of corporations and shareholders; methods to avoid double taxation of dividends”.
  14. Johanna Viittanen DKK 80.000 for the project ”Bevisning i inkomstbeskattning i ljuset av almänna processprinciper”.
  15. Joakim Frände DKK 50.000 for the project “Periodisering av inkomster och utgifter”.
  16. Lena Hiort af Ornäs DKK 115.000 for the project “Neutrality and uniformity principle in the Swedish income tax – the example of real estate companies”.
  17. Sarah Lindeberg DKK 25.000 for the project “Double taxation and the internal market; the impact of the principle of non-discrimination in EU/EEa law in domestic tax law”.
  18. Vidar Christiansen DKK 140.000 for a ph.d.-course.
  19. Jan Kellgren DKK 40.000 for the project ”Händelser efter beskattningsårets utgång – vilken betydelse har de för inkomstbeskattningen?”
  20. Sami Grönberg DKK 60.000 for the project ”Corporate taxation: Effects of tax-loss carryforward”.
  21. Lauri Ilmari Finér DKK 80.000 for the project “Efficiency of Cross-Border Exchange of Information Between Tax Authorities and Legal Protection of Taxpayers”.
  22. Niels Johannsen DKK 80.000 for the project ”Offshore tax evasion under the microscope. Evidence from Nordic micro-data”.
  23. Arna Vardardottir DKK 80.000 for the project ”The Icelandic Inheriance Tax: Behavioural Responses”.
  24. Jane Bolander DKK 50.000 for holding a tax law conference at Copenhagen Business School with the theme ”Qualification and withholding taxes”.
  25. Jane Fernis DKK 70.000 for the project ”Indkomstbegrebet i et nordisk perspektiv”.
  26. Nick Dimitrievski DKK 80.000 for the project ”Skattereduktion för penninggåvor till ideel verksamhet – Det svenska systemet i ett skandinaviskt perspektiv”.
  27. Wisa Keskitalo DKK 50.000 for the project ”Carried interest tax issues of private equity fund executives and management teams with a special reference to cross-border private equity structures between US investors, UK/EEA private equity funds, and Finnish private equity funds and target investments”.
  28. Juha Lindgren og Visa Kananoja DKK 50.000 for the project ”Development of Exit tax – The Nordic and European perspective to the Finnish provisions”.
  29. Sanntu Raitasuo DKK 70.000 for the project ”The Significance of Legal Principles of Administration in Tax Law”.
  30. Maria Hilling DKK 30.000 for the project ”The Legal Relati-onship between General Anti-Avoidance Rules and Tax Treaties – A Comparative Evaluation”.
  31. Marja Hokkanen DKK 60.000 for the project ”Derivatives and European VAT”.
  32. Eero Männisto DKK 70.000 for the project ”Retroactive changes in VAT and other consumption taxes”.
  33. Antti Juhani Tokkola DKK 60.000 for the project ”Tax Treaties as a Reason for Double Non-Taxation and as a Tool for its elimi-nation”.
  34. Henrik Steensgaard DKK 25.000 for the project “Internationell mervärdesskat-terätt”.  
  35. Mattias Nordin DKK 75.000 for the project “How do voters hold their politicians accountable for past tax policies?”
  36. Katia Ceije DKK 110.000 for the project ”Social tryghett och beskattning i gränsöverskridande situationer”.
  37. Caroline Schimanski DKK 75.000 for the project ”The Effects of Profit-Shifting Behaviour of Multinational Com-panies on the Tax Revevue of Develo-ping Countries”.
  38. Mette Holm Høgsbro DKK 150.000 for the project ”Bindende svar og andre svar fra SKAT”.
  39. Niels Johannesen DKK 100.000 for the project ”Offshore tax evasion under the microsco-pe. Evidence from Nordic micro-data”.
  40. Visa Kananoja DKK 75.000 for the project ”Life cycle of a per-manent establish-ment – formation, activities and termi-nation from tax point of view”.
  41. Peter Koerver-Schmidt DKK 50.000 for the project "The Current Role of CFC Taxation in Miti-gating Base Erosion and Profit Shifting – A Nordic Perspective in Light of the OECD BEPS Project and EU Law".
  42. Dennis Sundsvik DKK 50.000 for the project ”Earnings manage-ment in response to corporate tax rate changes: Evidence from private firms”.
  43. Markus Jännti DKK 135.000 for the project ”Topics in public eco-nomics and economics of taxation”.
  44. Spencer Bastani DKK 65.000 for the project ”Computational Optimal Taxation”.
  45. Pernille Wegener Jessen DKK 80.000 for the project ”Energy taxation and State aid control: looking for a better coordination and efficiency”.
  46. Arnaldur Stefanson DKK 20.000 for the project ”The Icelandic Tax Holiday - From Frisch, to Hicks and Distributional Effects”.
  47. Jerome Monsenego DKK 50.000 for the project ”Essay on the relationship between State aid law and the arm’s length principle”.
  48. Yvette Lind DKK 60.000 for the project ”Crossing af Border” – A legal analysis of Tax Consequences for Commuters, Employers and States in the Öresund Region”.
  49. Jan Kellgren DKK 50.000 for the project ”Om de avgörande tidpunkterna i inkomstbeskattningen och om betydelsen av händelser därefter – i nordisk inkomstbeskattning”.
  50. Karen Boll DKK 90.742 for the project ”Cooperative compliance in the Nordic countries”.
  51. Caroline Schimanski DKK 37.000 for the project ”The effects of Profit-Shifting Behaviour of Multinational Companies on the Tax Revenue of Developing Countries”.
  52. Moritz Scherleitner SEK 105 000 for the project ”Legislative action against hybrid mismatch arrangements”.
  53. David Kleist SEK 70 000 for the project ”Options for taxing income relating to trusts”.
  54. Anne Sofie Højrup Pedersen SEK 78 000 for the project ”Hybrid entities in a Danish tax law perspecitve”.
  55. Jarkko Harju SEK 120 000 for the project ”The effects of taxes on consumption and savings”.
  56. Axel Hilling SEK 30 000 for the project ”Rättvisa och legalitet vid inkomstbeskattning - två sidor av samma mynt eller helt olika valutor?”.
  57. Maria Hilling SEK 30 000 for the project ”Tax treaties and General Anti-Avoidance Rules -  A comparative perspective”.
  58. Maksym Khomenko SEK 60 000 for the project ”The effects of the Swedish inheritance taxation reform: efficiency, evasion and intergenerational mobility”.
  59. Anna Føllesdal SEK 60 000 for the project ”Taxation of income and gains from immovable property - an analysis of article 6 and 13 of the OECD model tax convention”.
  60. Katharina Jenderny SEK 25 300 for the project ”Distributional impacts and behavioral responses to personal income taxation”.
  61. Matti Ylönen SEK 95 000 for the project "Mapping the history of corporate tax avoidance research and creating a synthesis for today’s needs: a book
    project and articles".
  62. Lars Overmark SEK 32 000 for the project "Omgåelse af de pligter, og misbrug af de rettigheder, som momsretten giver de afgiftspligtige personer".
  63. Elisa Aukeela SEK 95 000 for the project "The economical facts and circumstances on interpretation of tax laws".
  64. Cécile Brokelind SEK 50 000 for the project "State Aid prohibition in corporate income tax field: How can the test of prudent market investor apply for tax incentives?".
  65. Aija Polakova SEK 95 000 for the project "Corporate taxation: Essays on tax-incentivized multinational firms".
  66. Liselotte Madsen SEK 50 000 for the project "Generationsskifte i familieforhold – en retlig vurdering af de nordiske regler".
  67. Richard Croneberg SEK 26 100 for the project "Att motverka skatteflykt i Skandinavien".
  68. Aliisa Koivisto SEK 95 000 for the project "Essays in economics of taxation".
  69. Arnaldur Stefánsson SEK 30 000 for the project "The Icelandic Tax Holiday (From Frisch, to Hicks and Distributional Effects) and Debt Relief of the century."