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Johanna Hey (Germany), Full Professor at the University of Cologne, Director of the Institute of Tax Law; Research Project: "United States Experiences with Tax Competition: Potential Answers for Germany and the European Union."

Professor Hey is a German professor of tax law living in Cologne.  In 1996, she received her Doctor Juris summa cum laude, at the University of Cologne with her thesis on "Harmonization of Business Taxation in Europe". In 2001, after completing two years of a Senior Research Fellowship at the Institute of Tax Law within the University of Cologne as assistant to Professor Joachim Lang, she finished her Postdoctoral Thesis (Habilitation) on "Tax Planning Reliability as a Legal Problem". Professor Hey is currently the Director of the Institute of Tax Law and a full professor at the University of Cologne where she teaches courses on Principles and Constitutional Framework of Taxation, Personal Income Tax, Business Taxation, Value Added Tax, Tax Procedure, European Tax Law, Administrative and Constitutional Law.   In addition to her academic duties, Professor Hey is a member of the Academic Advisory Board of the German Federal Ministry of Finance, the Expert Group for Tax Codification of the Stiftung Marktwirtschaft.  She is also Head of the Business Tax Integration Working Group, as well as a member of the Board of the German Professors’ Association, to which she was elected Vice President in 2006. Professor Hey has published approximately 70 academic publications on various aspects of German, European and international tax law, as well as on and German public and constitutional law. Professor Hey’s research proposal is entitled "United States Experiences with Tax Competition: Potential Answers for Germany and the European Union."  

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