Κάτοχος της Έδρας: Κατερίνα Σαββαΐδου, Επίκουρη Καθηγήτρια Φορολογικού Δικαίου Νομικής Σχολής ΑΠΘ, ADIT
Επιστημονική Συνεργάτης - Ερευνήτρια: Βασιλική Αθανασάκη, Διδάκτωρ Φορολογικού Δικαίου Νομικής Σχολής του Πανεπιστημίου Αθηνών, ADIT, Δικηγόρος-Φορολογική Σύμβουλος
Chairholder: Katerina Savvaidou, Assistant Professor of Tax Law (AUTh), ADIT
Scientific Associate - Researcher: Vasiliki Athanasaki, Dr. of Tax Law (National & Kapodistrian University of Athens), ADIT
Who we are and what we do ...
ABOUT JEAN MONNET CHAIRS
A few words for the programme...
A Jean Monnet Chair is a teaching and research post in EU Studies awarded to university professors all over the world for three years. All Jean Monnet Actions are co-funded by Erasmus+, the EU Programme in the fields of Education, Training, Youth and Sport for the period 2014-2020.
A few words for the Faculty ...
The JMC "EU Tax Policy and Administration" (2018-2021) is hosted at the Law School of the Aristitle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh). The Chair aims at the development of teaching and research on EU tax law and decision-making system with a specific focus on the fundamental concepts of EU Tax Policy and Administration allows for a new look on the benefits of European integration, a look based on academically verified evidence that will enhance the dialogue and the cooperation between the academia and the civil society, in matters which are nowadays more crucial than never.
ABOUT THE CHAIR'S ACTIVITIES
A few words about what we do...
The Chair's activities (teaching, research, events, publications) combine (a) the theory and methodology of EU Tax Policy and Administration with (b) the involvement of academics and practitioners (tax professionals, accountants, advisors or certified auditors etc.) with specific knowledge and experience in handling EU tax issues throughout the learning process.
ABOUT THE COURSES
A few words about the Jean Monnet schedule...
The Chair's courses include a) undergraduate courses EU tax and customs law, b) postgraduate courses on tax law III and EU tax law, c) Erasmus undergraduate courses on tax law and d) cross-sectoral courses on Government Policy Law (Cross-institutional Master "Law and Finance" AUTH and University of Macedonia, Post-graduate).
Σκοπός της Έδρας - Chair's core aims
Σκοπός της έδρας Jean Monnet είναι η εν γένει προώθηση της ακαδημαϊκής έρευνας και διδασκαλίας στα ζητήματα της φορολογικής πολιτικής και διοίκησης, τα οποία τοποθετούνται στην κορυφή της πολιτικής ατζέντας των θεσμικών οργάνων της ΕΕ, ωστόσο στην Ελλάδα ακόμα βρίσκονται σε πολύ πρώιμο στάδιο.
The main rationale behind the project is to
provide an impetus for extending and deepening the academic analysis and debate
on an issue which had been on the political agenda of the EU institutions on
taxation, but, at the same time, had been overseen by the academic world
especially in Greece, where no specific emphasis is put on the issues of EU tax
The first aspect of the Chair's purpose is to enhance the limited, so far, academic work, in terms of teaching and research, with regard to EU Tax Policy and Administration, by increasing the interest and deepening the knowledge in the field of studies related to EU tax law.
The second aspect of the Chair's purpose is to address the University's outward orientation by providing the general public, as well as specialised groups of stakeholders in the public and private sector, information and specialised knowledge on issues regarding EU Tax Policy and Administration, as a means of interpreting the recent and rapid tax developments in the EU.
JEAN MONNET COURSES
There will be five already existing courses (both undergraduate and postgraduate) that will be completely restructured, modernised and updated in terms of contents, didactic tools and teaching methodology.
A summer school will be established while a new module on tax consciousness is going to be created as a "pilot" program initially at universities and, at a next stage, at schools, which should also cover core principles of EU tax law.
ACTIVITIES & EVENTS
Various activities will take place during the programme regarding EU tax law, such as conferences, moot courts, seminars, scientifc workshops, publications (articles and books), tax flashes and tax newsletters, in order for the academic work to be disseminated.
The core aim is a) the actual and active promotion of EU tax law in Greece, where limited progress has been made up until now, in this scientific field, b) the creation of a custom-made LL.M program in Greece wholly dedicated to EU and International Tax law, which currently does not exist, c) the reorganization, update and enrichment of the existing modules of tax law with an EU orientation and d) the systemization and modernization of all the respective academic tools.