Young Researcher Award

One of the key objectives of GCET is the promotion of junior contributions and the fostering of state-of-the art scientific research. Accordingly, any student or researcher younger than age 35 can be a candidate for the “GCET23 Young Researcher Award” if their abstract is accepted.

To be eligible, a young researcher must send proof of age (scanned copy of a government identification) and the full paper to the GCET23 Chair, Alberto Comelli, at no later than August 15, 2022.

Recipient of the 2022 Young Researcher Award for Environmental Taxation 

Stefanie Geringer

Dr. Stefanie Geringer is a post-doc researcher in the Department of Tax Law at the University of Vienna and a tax advisor at BDO Austria.
Her current research is focused on procedural autonomy in EU VAT, VAT in times of crisis, digitalisation of tax administration and environment-related measures in tax policy.