Environmental Tax Policy Institute
Annual Global Conference on Taxation
The annual Global Conferences on Environmental Taxation provide an international, interdisciplinary forum for legal scholars, economists, political scientists, environmentalists, government officials, representatives of the private sector, and others to exchange the latest research on the use of fiscal and other economic instruments to achieve environmental policy objectives.
Peer-reviewed papers from the conference are published in Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation, a book series that now contains 12 volumes. For information about the book series, please visit the Edward Elgar website.
Environmental Tax Policy Institute Director, Janet Milne, is a member of the three-person steering committee for the conference series and a co-editor of the Critical Issues book series. If you have questions about the conferences or would like to be added to the conference mailing list, please contact Professor Milne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 14th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation in 2013
When: October 17-19, 2013
Where: Kyoto, Japan
The theme of the 14th Conference on Environmental Taxation is “environmental taxation and green tax reform for a sustainable future.” Registration is now open. For details about the conference, including the call for papers, click here. This year’s conference is organized and hosted by Kyoto University’s Graduate School of Economics and Faculty of Economics. Vermont Law School’s Environmental Tax Policy Institute is pleased to be a supporting sponsor. Selected papers from the conference will be published by Edward Elgar in Volume XIV of Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation.