Join us for an insightful first session of the Ronda Amazónica Talk Series. We will analyse the latest developments in European environmental tax policy, discussing best practices and lessons learned in Europe that can be applied to Latin American countries. We will delve into how these developments can offer valuable insights to help countries reduce their environmental footprint and foster a culture of adopting greener practices in the business sector. Moreover, we will explore how tax laws can effectively promote the transition to a low-carbon economy.
The talk with be held in Spanish.
Organized by Forum Latin America, a Max Planck Law Initiative.
Marta Villar Ezcurra is a full Professor of Financial and Tax Law at the Universidad San Pablo CEU (USP-CEU), CEU Universities (Madrid), and a lawyer. She serves as the Vice-Chairwoman of the Supervisory Board of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) and President of the IFA WIN Spain. She is a permanent member of the Spanish Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation (RAJL). With over 150 publications, she has extensively contributed to various legal-tax and European topics. Prof. Villar Ezcurra possesses more than 25 years of teaching and research experience, having conducted classes, seminars, lectures, and conferences both in Spain and abroad (e.g., Georgetown Law Centre, Vienna University of Economics and Business.) Among her other academic roles, she has served as the Secretary General and Director of the Department of Public Law at the USP-CEU in Madrid (Spain).