A Tax Globalist: The Search for the Borders of International Taxation : Essays in Honour of Maarten J. Ellis
This book comprises 20 essays on international and European tax law written by renowned tax experts in honour of the academic work of Maarten Ellis. This book was presented on the occasion of the retirement of Maarten Ellis on 17 March 2005 from his position of professor of international tax law at the Faculty of Law of the Erasmus University of Rotterdam.
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