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Welcome to the
NORDIC TAX RESEARCH COUNCIL

The Nordic Tax Research Council consists of five members from the five Nordic countries - Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Iceland

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THE NORDIC TAX RESEARCH COUNCIL

The Nordic Tax Research Council consists of members from five Nordic countries. Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Iceland – each from whom represent legal economical and administrative tax expertise.

The Councils purpose is to improve Nordic cooperation within tax research, with specific focus on tax issues of general Nordic interest.

WHAT WE DO

SEMINARS

The Nordic Tax Research Council arranges a seminar on a specific tax topic, covering both legal and economical aspects, every spring. You can download reports from earlier seminars on this website.

PUBLICATIONS

The Nordic Tax Research Council has published a series of titles since the council was established in 1973. Publications from 2005 and onward are available in english. From 2013 the council publish a tax journal on nordic taxation, Nordic Tax Journal, covering legal, economical and political aspects on nordic taxation. The journal is an online and open acces journal under peer review from distinguished tax experts.

IMPORTANT DATES

Twice a year the Nordic Tax Research Council distributes grants for tax research. The grants can either be distributed to cover expenses or as scholarships. The deadlines for applying for research grants are April 1st and October 1st every year. The next conference is planned to be held on May 3-4, 2023 in Finland. The topic will be updated.

RESEARCH GRANTS

Twice a year the Nordic Tax Research Council distributes grants for tax research. The grants can either be distributed to cover expenses or as scholarships. Funds can be used to cover salary reductions during leave of absence for shorter periods of time.

MEMBERS

The council has three members from each country, who each normally represent legal, economical and administrative tax expertise.

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