Call for Papers – Lofoten International Symposium on Inequality and Taxation (LISIT)
Call for papers
Lofoten International Symposium on Inequality and Taxation (LISIT)
27-28 June 2023, Lofoten islands
The Lofoten International Symposium on Inequality and Taxation (LISIT) will take place at the Scandic Svolvær hotel, in the attractive Lofoten islands, Norway, on Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th June 2023. The symposium will focus on the intertwined fields of economic inequality and taxation.
The symposium is jointly organized by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Roma Tre University, University College London CCSEE, and it is funded by the Research Council of Norway, with additional financial support provided by the Department of Law at the University of Roma Tre.
We invite submissions from interested researchers on any topic within the area of inequality and taxation. Submissions (full papers, or extended abstract no shorter than 2 pages) must be done electronically using the following email: email@example.com. There will be no fees for presenters, and the symposium will cover 2 nights at Scandic Svolvær, lunch and coffee breaks, as well as the conference dinner on June 27th. However, presenters will be required to arrange and cover their own travel.
Keynote speaker: Daniel Waldenström (IFN Stockholm)
Scientific organizers: Roberto Iacono (NTNU), Salvatore Morelli (Roma Tre), Marco Ranaldi (UCL), Elisa Palagi (Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies), Michele Ceraolo (University of Siena).
More information are available here.
Deadline for submissions: December 15, 2022, 23:59 CET.
Decision on acceptance: February 1, 2023.