COFFERS researchers featured in Global Tax 50

Earlier this month, the International Tax Review released the Global Tax 50 for 2017, its annual rundown of the most influential individuals, organisations, geopolitical events, and trends in the tax world. Two COFFERS researchers were featured in the rankings, with Richard Murphy from City, University of London ranked in the top 10 and Rasmus Corlin Christensen from Copenhagen Business School also ranked. Murphy has featured on six of the past seven lists while this was Christensen’s first entry. The honors are a testament to the impact being made by COFFERS researchers in the wider tax community based on our ongoing work.


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