Ana Paula Dourado
Professor of Tax Law and European Tax Law at the School of Law, University of Lisbon and Vice-President of the Institute for Economic, Fiscal and Tax Law (IDEFF). She has been Visiting Professor of European Tax Law in other Universities (Uni. Of Leiden, since 2007; Uni. of Florida, 2010; Católica Global School of Law, Lisbon (2009-2010); WU Vienna (Winter Semester 2010-2011); Uni. Of Neuchâtel (2012-2013). She has drafted and negotiated the tax reforms in Portuguese speaking countries as an expert at the legal department of the International Monetary Fund (2003-2009); has been coordinating an executive seminar and conferences on tax havens & exchange of information at the Global Governance Programme, headed by Miguel Maduro at the EUI, Florence (2012-2013); and has been teaching other audiences, such as the Taiwan Tax Administration on EU Tax Law (2012). She was a Member of the Centre for Tax Studies at the Ministry of Finance (Portugal) and a delegate for Portugal in working groups for direct tax harmonization at the European Community and in the working group for tax avoidance and evasion at the OECD. She has been organizing and participating in several European and International research projects, courses, conferences and seminars on tax law (European tax law, comparative tax law, international tax law). Founding member of the GREIT. She co-edited the Acte Clair in Direct Tax Matters (IBFD) and edited the Separation of Powers in Tax Law (EATLP,2010) and Tax Mobility in Europe (IBFD, 2012); she has published several articles and book chapters in European tax law; correspondent for EC Tax Law, H&I, and several other tax law journals; Member of the editorial board of Intertax, Revista de Finanças Públicas e Direito Financeiro and the Academic Committee of the European Association of Tax Law Professors (EATLP).