Alexander RustBorn in 1973. He studied law with a specialization in tax law in Freiburg (Breisgau), Geneva, Munich, and New York City. During his referendariat (legal traineeship), he worked as an assistant judge and as a public prosecutor at the High Court of Munich, as a law clerk at the Ministry of Finance and as a tax adviser in private practice. In 2008/2009, he was appointed acting assistant professor at New York University and in 2010 professor of tax law and director of the Master Program in European and International Taxation at the University of Luxembourg. Since 2014, he is professor of tax law at WU. His PhD thesis on the compatibility of CFC legislation with tax treaty and EC law won the European Academic Tax Thesis Award. Alexander Rust is specialized in international tax law as well as European tax law.
Non-Discrimination – Concepts and Practical Implications
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