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Cécile Brokelind

She is a Professor of Business Law, Department of Business Law, School of Economics and Management, Lund University, Sweden and manages - and teaches - the one year Masters of European and International Tax Law. She is one of the founding members of the Group for Research on European and International Tax Law (GREIT) network. Additionally, she a member of the Board of the School of Economics and Management, member of the IFA and EATLP. She is currently involved in several research projects on human rights and taxation, tax law assessment ex post, tax incentives and State Aid rules, general principles and EU tax law. She has written extensively on EU tax law and group taxation, and focuses on integrating research in education on a daily basis. She is a member of the editorial board of Svensk Skattetidning and reporter for H&I in European Tax Law (Kluwer). A few of her publications are – Principles of Law: Function, Status and Impact in EU Tax Law, IBFD, 2014, Editor, Contributor; Three New Swedish Direct Taxation Cases on their Way to the ECJ? European Taxation 2014, pp 385- 91; Tax Incentives, tax expenditures theories in R&D, the case of Sweden (with Åsa Hansson), World Tax Journal 2014 pp. 168-200. Her area of expertise covers international tax law, EU Tax Law, Swedish Tax Law, EU Law, and International Business Law. The more recent projects cover International tax law and social security treatment of pensions and also the assessment of tax law quality ex-post and as well as State Aid and taxation. The research results are used in education at the masters’ level. She joined the research group on Tax Governance: International Standards, Patriotisms and Exiles.