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Tirza Cramwinckel wins a Meijers Award for best article in Tax Law 2016-2017

Tirza Cramwinckel wins a Meijers Award for best article in Tax Law 201

Tirza Cramwinckel wins a Meijers Award for best article in Tax Law 2016-2017

18.01.2018 NL law

On 12 January 2018, tax specialist Tirza Cramwinckel won a Meijers Award in the Tax Law research program for her article 'The disposition requirement in Tax Law' (het dispositievereiste in het belastingrecht, Weekblad Fiscaal Recht 2016/155).

The Meijers Awards are an initiative of Leiden University and are awarded to the best articles by PhD researchers/Assistant Professors.

Read the jury report (in Dutch).

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