Department: Department of Politics, History and the Brunel Law School
College: College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences
Following the completion of my Master’s degree (LLM) at University of London, I have been delighted to continue my studies here at Brunel for my research degree.
My research thesis focuses on comparative EU corporate taxation law with respect to identifying a common tax avoidance solution across EU Member States. It is a particularly pertinent area of study at the moment based on the widespread lawful tactics available to companies in avoiding corporate tax at a time when the state of EU finances remains perilous. I hope to add some valuable research ideas and solutions to the debate about how, despite the desire for nations to retain sovereignty over direct taxation, a common model can be adopted to circumvent tax avoidance. I look forward to continuing working with all the academics assisting my research, as well as any other students with an interest in this field.