The 32nd Annual Tax Research Network Conference will be on 5-7 September 2023 at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.
The call for papers for the conference can be found at TRN Conference 2023: call for papers – deadline 16 April 2023 – note that this closes on 16 April 2023.
Registration details will be confirmed in due course and this page will be updated to link to the registration page.
The conference will be held at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge located at The David Williams Building, 10 West Rd, Cambridge CB3 9DZ, UK.
The conference will be held on an in-person basis, but there will be some virtual provision for presenters and attendees who are unable to travel to Cambridge.
We are delighted that our keynotes this year will include Professor Pascal Saint Amans (Brunswick Group and University of Lausanne) and Professor Irma Mosquera-Valderrama (Leiden).
The detailed programme will be confirmed in due course, and will be posted here when available. As usual, the first two days will be research focused, while the Tax Education Day will run on 7 September. There will be concurrent sessions over the conference to accommodate the papers submitted. The virtual sessions will be conducted via Microsoft Teams with links to be provided prior to the conference.
We are delighted to announce that there will be a conference dinner this year at Clare College, Cambridge. The dinner will take place on Tuesday 5th September, and you will be able to book your ticket when you register.
Cambridge is generally difficult for accommodation, so we would recommend booking your hotel sooner rather than later. The Faculty of Law is located in the Sidgwick site, which is approximately 15 minutes’ walk from Central Cambridge. The following hotels are within 20 minutes’ walk from the Faculty.
- Graduate Cambridge
- Hilton Cambridge City Centre
- University Arms Hotel
- Hotel du Vin Cambridge
- The Lensfield Hotel
Accommodation is also available in some colleges of the University. This information is often advertised at https://www.universityrooms.com/. It is worth checking this website more than once as room availability can sometimes increase over time as Colleges periodically add rooms.
Further detailed information on how to reach Faculty of Law can be found at https://www.law.cam.ac.uk/about-faculty/how-find-us.
The conference will offer a limited number of fee scholarships and travel bursaries for PhD students and early-career colleagues. We will also have limited funding for childcare costs. Further details will be available once registration opens.