Module New York - 2018/2019

27.05.2019 to 01.06.2019
International Taxation


Prof. H. David Rosenbloom
Prof. Dr. Alexander Rust


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NYU’s International Tax Program is unique in the world. You will acquire special knowledge of international tax law and the different tax jurisdictions multinational enterprises are confronted with. In many situations a cross-border investment will lead to double taxation. You will learn about the domestic and international tax law rules of the United States - so far the trendsetter in international taxation. We will then compare these rules with the tax law provisions in the European Union. At the end of the module you will have acquired basic knowledge of how to avoid double taxation and how to make use of beneficial tax regimes.

  • The Concept of Residence
  • U.S. Taxation
  • U.S. International Taxation
  • U.S. Inbound and Outbound Taxation
  • The OECD Model Tax Convention
  • Direct Taxation in the EU
  • Tax Planning
  • Fairness of the International Tax System

All modules are also available for individual study outside of the program. For more information, please contact our team.



Dr. Peter Altenburger
Dr. iur. Luzius U. Cavelti
Prof. DDr. Georg W. Kofler
Prof. Ruth Mason
Prof. H. David Rosenbloom
Prof. Dr. Alexander Rust
Prof. John P. Steines