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 firstname.lastname@example.org no later than August 15, 2022.
Recipient of the 2022 Young Researcher Award for Environmental Taxation
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.