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On December 10, in webinar format, the Portuguese Public Finance Council will hold the V Conference of the CFP Conference Cycle, under the theme "Tax policy in the post-Covid 19 era", in partnership with ISEG-Lisbon School of Economics & Management and the Institute of Public Policy.

 

Integrated in the CFP's 2021 Conference Cycle, the webinar will start at 14h30 with interventions of Clara Raposo (ISEG) and Nazaré da Costa Cabral (CFP).

 

The event will be divided into two parts: the first panel, under the theme “Taxes and incentives for sustainable economic and social behaviour”, will have George Kopits (CFP), Eva Eberhartinger (Wien University) and Paulo Trigo Pereira (ISEG – IPP, Lisbon University) interventions, followed by the second panel “Equality and social justice in taxation at the national and international level” with the participation of Simeon Djankov (London School of Economics), David Bradbury (OECD) and Ana Paula Dourado (FDL, Lisbon University).

 

The event will be concluded by Miguel St. Aubyn (CFP; ISEG - Lisbon University).

 

The webinar will be held in English and open to the public.

Link to participate: https://bit.ly/3rD8NMH

For any further questions or information, please contact cfp@cfp.pt.

Programa

Opening Session

14h30 - 14h45

Clara Raposo (ISEG, University of Lisbon)

Nazaré da Costa Cabral (CFP)

Panel I - Taxes and incentives for sustainable economic and social behaviour

14h45 - 15h45

George Kopits (CFP; Woodrow Wilson Center)

Eva Eberhartinger (Wien University): Sustainable Tax Policy – The Role of Tax Administration

Paulo Trigo Pereira (ISEG – IPP, Lisbon University)

15h45 - 16h00

 Coffee break 

Panel II – Equality and social justice in taxation at the national and international level

16h00-17h00

Simeon Djankov (London School of Economics)

David Bradbury (OECD)

Ana Paula Dourado (FDL, Lisbon University)

Closing session

17h00

Miguel St. Aubyn (CFP; ISEG – Lisbon University)