New edition of the MaFAT Area News
A review of the activities of MaFAT and the Area Accounting & Taxation in 2022.
We are hiring: Doctoral Researchers in Accounting and Taxation (f/m/d)
Successful candidates join the team of the German Business Panel (GBP). The GBP is a core project of the Collaborative Research Center „Accounting for Transparency“ (SFB/TRR 266). The GBP conducts firm surveys with a focus on topics in taxation and accounting to understand perceptions, expectations ...
Prof. Spengel as expert in the Legal Committee on Country-by-Country Reporting in the German Bundestag
On April 17, the German implementation law for the EU-wide mandatory public country-by-country reporting was discussed in the Legal Affairs Committee of the German Bundestag. Prof. Christoph Spengel was present as an expert.
Green transparency or data jungle? – TRR 266 Forum on June 13
ESG challenges in reporting and taxation
“Chat GPT – What do I need to consider when selling laying hens?”
Chat GPT can now answer these and many other questions from the tax field. Steffen Kirchhoff, CTO & Co-Founder of GmbH, spoke about the opportunities of Chat GPT for automated and proactive tax consulting at a MaFAT evening event on 24.4.23.
Zwei internationale Studentinnen sitzen auf dem Ehrenhof vor dem Schloss und blicken auf einen Laptopbildschirm
We are hiring: Doctoral Researchers in Business Economics
Successful candidates will join the Center for Doctoral Studies in Business (CDSB) within the Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (GESS) at the University of Mannheim. During the first year of the PhD program (starting in September 2023), candidates complete the structured course program ...
MaFAT lecture 4/24: Opportunities of ChatGPT and Generative AI for automated and proactive tax advice
Steffen Kirchhoff, CTO & Co-Founder of GmbH, will give a talk on this topic on 4/24/2023 at 5:30 pm in room SO 108. Afterwards, we look forward to a get-together in the foyer.
PHOENIX: Internship Corporate Tax
All information on the internship can be found here.
New vacancies for 'Doctoral Researcher in the Field of Firm Survey Research'
Successful candidates will join the Center for Doctoral Studies in Business (CDSB) within the Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (GESS) at the University of Mannheim.
FAZ guest article by Prof. Spengel
The OECD calculates the minimum tax revenue nicely. The global minimum tax leads to high administrative costs. In the end, Germany could hardly get anything out of it.