PhD positions Economics/ Taxation, University of Mannheim

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PhD positions Economics/ Taxation, University of Mannheim

Beitrag von voget » 14.12.2018, 16:09

The Graduate School of Economics and Social Sciences (GESS) at the University of Mannheim offers a structured doctoral program which puts a special focus on taxation research. The program is integrated in the Center for Doctoral Studies in Business (CDSB) and open to outstanding students who hold a Master’s degree (or equivalent) in Economics, Business, Mathematics or a related field. All classes and activities are in English. Successful applicants receive a tax-free scholarship. GESS is internationally recognized and among the leading PhD programs in Europe.

The research focus is on various topics in the field of taxation, e.g., company taxation, public finance, innovation taxation, taxation of the financial sector, tax harmonization in the European Union, international and European tax law, tax competition, behavioral responses to taxation, and tax incidence.

Admitted students will work closely with researchers affiliated to ScienceCampus MannheimTax (MaTax) which is a joint initiative of University of Mannheim and the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW). See www.matax.eu for more information about MaTax.

The course program will start in September 2019. After the first year, there exists the option to move to a regular research position within the MaTax team (either at U. Mannheim or ZEW) or to obtain an extension of the scholarship for another 2 years. Research visits abroad are possible during the course of the doctoral studies and we encourage students to take this opportunity.

There is the opportunity to join the Mannheim tax research community already for the spring term 2019 as a research assistant (100% position, pay scale TV-L 13) to tax professors Christoph Spengel, Johannes Voget and incoming (in February 2019) professor Philipp Dörrenberg. Students who choose to start as research assistants in Spring 2019 will start the regular course program in September 2019.

Please use the CDSB website to file your application: https://gess.uni-mannheim.de/apply/admi ... -cdsb.html. More information about the tax track of the CDSB are at: https://gess.uni-mannheim.de/doctoral-p ... ation.html.

The closing date for early applications is January 31, 2019. For later applications there is an additional deadline on March 31, 2019. Applicants who are interested in research-assistant positions in the Spring term 2019 are asked to complete their application by January 31 at the latest.

Questions regarding the program and application details can be directed to voget@uni-mannheim.de.

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