- prof. Raymond Luja
- professor of Comparative Tax Law
- Raymond Luja (1976) is Professor of Comparative Tax Law. He obtained a Master’s degree in Fiscal Economics from Maastricht University (1998) as well as a Master’s degree in Law from the Open University of the Netherlands (2001). He earned his PhD with a thesis on fiscal state aid and tax competition at Maastricht University in 2003 where he was appointed full professor in 2006. From 1998 to date he has worked at the Department of Tax Law where he has been Head of Department and Director of Studies of the LL.M Programme in (International and European) Tax Law. He has also been the vice-dean of the Faculty of Law and a member of the Faculty Council before that. Professor Luja is a senior research fellow and programme leader at the Ius Commune Research School and the Maastricht Centre for Taxation. Next to his activities at Maastricht University Professor Luja has been of counsel to Loyens & Loeff N.V. in Amsterdam since 2001, where he is a member of their EU Tax Law Group and a state aid specialist. He is also a visiting professor at the Leiden International Tax Center and a member of the editorial boards of the Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law and the Dutch Maandblad Belasting Beschouwingen. Moreover, he lectured in fiscal state aid and harmful tax competition at several European universities. He has been a contributor to events of academic and professional organizations like the IFA, CIOT, EATLP and GREIT and the Dutch NOB and RB. He has published primarily on issues of European tax law and fiscal state aid in particular.
- Areas of expertise
- Economic Law, European Public Law, Tax Law, vergelijkend fiscaal recht
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