Title:Solidarity in Europe Author(s):GENSCHEL, Philipp; HEMERIJCK, AntonDate:2018Type:OtherSeries/Number:STG Policy Briefs; 2018/01Abstract:European solidarity is in high demand but short supply. By using survey evidence on attitudes towards European solidarity, conducted by YouGov in 11 member states (April 2018), the paper explores viable strategies for ...
Title:60 years of the European Court of justice : from 'benign neglect' to the centre of European politics Author(s):POIARES PESSOA MADURO, Luis MiguelDate:2018Citation:
- Revue du droit de l'Union européenne, 2018, No. 1, pp. 93-105
Title:Sustainable integration in a demoicratic polity : a new (or not so new) ambition for the EU after Brexit Author(s):NICOLAÏDIS, KalypsoDate:2018Citation:
- Benjamin MARTILL and Uta STAIGER (eds), Brexit and beyond : rethinking the futures of Europe, London : UCL Press, 2018, pp. 212-221
Type:Contribution to book
Title:Linking policies : inter-nation equity, overseas development assistance, and taxation Author(s):FALCÃO, TatianaDate:2018Citation:
- Tax notes international, 2018, Vol. 91, No. 12, pp. 1211-1217
Type:ArticleAbstract:The goal of this article is to connect overseas development assistance (ODA) with the international tax framework more generally, and double tax treaties in particular. The 2017 revision of the OECD and U.N. models have ...
Title:Coining terms and creating rules for taxing cryptocurrencies Author(s):FALCÃO, TatianaDate:2018Citation:
- Tax notes international, 2018, Vol. 92, No. 3, pp. 289-294
Type:ArticleAbstract:Technological advances and the digitalization of the traditional ways of doing business have led to a paradigm shift that has substantially affected the way multinational entities operate, trade, and provide services on a ...
Title:Tutelage and regime survival in regional organizations' democracy protection the case of MERCOSUR and UNASUR Author(s):CLOSA, Carlos; PALESTINI CÉSPEDES, StefanoDate:2018Citation:
- World politics, 2018, Vol. 70, No. 3, pp. 443-476
Type:ArticleAbstract:Why do states adopt binding and enforceable democracy clauses at the regional level, thereby permitting neighboring states to monitor and potentially sanction their breaches of democracy? To answer this question, the authors ...
Title:Non-removable migrants in Europe : an atypical migration status? Author(s):MENEZES QUEIROZ, BeneditaDate:2018Citation:
- European public law, 2018, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 281-309
Type:ArticleAbstract:Non-removable migrants are migrants whose presence is acknowledged by national immigration authorities, however they are not returned despite the irregularity of their legal status. Such situations are revealing of the ...
Title:The European Union as a reforming power in the Western Balkans : the case of Albania Author(s):BESHKU, Klodiana; MULLISI, OrjanaDate:2018Citation:
- Journal of liberty and international affairs, 2018, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 40-53
Type:ArticleAbstract:This paper tries to further elaborate one of the most important external powers of the European Union: Its "reforming power" which goes in parallel with its ability as "normative actor" in the Western Balkans. Through ...
Title:Scope and interpretation of article 12A : assessing the impact of the new fees for technical services Author(s):FALCÃO, Tatiana; MICHEL, BobDate:2018Citation:
- British tax review, 2018, No. 3, pp. 422-440
Type:ArticleAbstract:One of the most important changes in the update of the UN Model of 2017, released in May 2018, is the introduction of a new Article 12A dedicated to fees for technical services. In this contribution, the authors analyse ...
Title:Infrastructure and transnational governance : the new crossroads of the Belt and road initiative Author(s):BASTIAN, JensDate:2018Type:OtherSeries/Number:STG Policy Briefs; 2018/02Abstract:On 2-3 October 2018, the School of Transnational Governance of the European University Institute held its first High Level Policy Dialogue (HLPD) on China. Co-organised with Fudan University’s Fudan Institute of Belt and ...