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Taxation: the Need for an Intra-Disciplinary Approach

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Dr. Pichhadze will be identifying and explaining the necessary role of an intra-disciplinary approach to taxation research and analysis. It will be explained that a tax rule can be applied to a transaction only after the transaction has been correctly delineated. He also identifies the risk that, in practice, contractual terms may not be correctly delineated and analysed by tax jurists and courts, and it is therefore necessary to alert them to the need for an intra-disciplinary analysis. An incorrect analysis could result in making an error of law.

Amir is currently pursuing the MSc in Education (HE) at the University of Oxford. He holds SJD and LLM (International Tax) degrees from the University of Michigan, as well as LLM (Taxation) and LLB degrees from the LSE . He has been a fulltime and guest lecturer at numerous universities around the world. His research was presented in conferences worldwide, as well as published and cited in journals, books and newspapers. He is also a visual artist.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Tax Discussion Group series.

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