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Martin Klokar

started to work at the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law as a Research and Teaching Associate in 2018 and his doctoral thesis is on the “Time in Income Tax Law”. He has obtained a Master’s degree in Taxation and Accounting (MSc) from WU, Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law. He graduated from WU with a Bachelor's degree in Business Law (LL.B.) as well as a Bachelor's degree in Business, Economics and Social Sciences (BSc). During his Bachelor’s studies, he did a study abroad at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Before joining the Institute, he has worked in several law and tax consulting firms. He has been doing research on and published in the area of Austrian, European and international tax law as well.

These workshops are directly linked to the introductory class on the general topic and will be held while students are working on their Master’s theses. The participants are introduced to the techniques employed in writing an academic piece of work. Support will also be given on methods of research, using international literature, and its systematic review. Students have the opportunity to show the results of their work in the form of presentations, and to initiate discussion and debate on the topics concerned. The problems which are presented in the final thesis will be discussed in class and possible solutions sought.

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