Raymond Luja appointed Professor of Comparative Tax Law
The Board of Governors of Maastricht University has appointed Raymond Luja (29) to Professor of Comparative Tax Law, effective 1 April 2006.
Professor Luja has taught several tax law courses at Maastricht University since 1998. He is an expert in fiscal state aid issues and he is the author of ‘Assessment and Recovery of Tax Incentives in the EC and the WTO: a View on State Aids, Trade Subsidies and Direct Taxation’. He will among other be responsible for extending the English-language track of the Maastricht LL.M programme in International Tax Law. He is also a visiting lecturer at the International Tax Center Leiden and the International Tax Academy of the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation. Furthermore he is affiliated with the EU Tax Law Group of Loyens & Loeff, Amsterdam.
A detailed cv can be found here