Giulio Allevato is Professor of Tax Law at IE University in Madrid. He is also Affiliate Professor of Tax&Law at SDA Bocconi School of Management in Milan. Before joining IE University, he was Hauser Global Fellow at the New York University (NYU) School of Law, where he was affiliated to the Graduate Tax Program faculty, Lecturer of Tax&Law at SDA Bocconi School of Management, and Ernst Mach Scholar at the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law of the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU). He regularly teaches International and Comparative Tax Law at undergraduate and post-graduate programs, and directs executive and custom education tax programs. His research mainly focuses on the regulatory function of taxation, the tax compliance legal framework, the tax issues related to the Digital Economy, and the legal implications of tax risk management. He has published on various taxation topics in international journals, such as the Michigan Journals of International Law, and for internationally renown publishers such as Routledge and Wolters Kluwer. During the course of his career, he has been awarded various international scholarships, including the Hauser Fellowship, the Michigan Grotius Fellowship, and the Ernst Mach Grant. He also practices as a certified international tax attorney.
- Professor of Tax Law, IE University (2018-present)
- Affiliate Professor of Tax&Law, SDA Bocconi School of Management, Università Bocconi (2018-present)
- Hauser Global Fellow, New York University School of Law, (2017-2018)
- Lecturer of Tax&Law, SDA Bocconi School of Management, Università Bocconi (2015-2018)
- Ernst Mach Scholar, Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), (2014)
- Tax Attorney, Baker McKenzie (2014-present)
- Ph.D. in International Law&Economics, Università Bocconi, Milan (Italy)
- International Tax LL.M., University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor (United States)
- J.D., Università Bocconi, Milan (Italy)
- The Commission's State Aid Decisions on Advance Tax Rulings: Criticisms and Potential Impact on the Future of Direct Taxation within the European Union, in "Combating Tax Avoidance in the European Union: Harmonization and Cooperation in Direct Taxation" (Ed. J.M. Almudí, J.A. Ferreras Gutiérrez, P. Hernández González-Barreda), Wolters Kluwer, 2018.
- Tax Director sugli scudi (co-author A. Dossi), in Economia&Management, No. 5-6, 2018.
- Requisiti di accesso e impatto sistemico della cooperative compliance: il programma italiano è sulla buona strada (co-authored by C. Garbarino), in Rivista della Guardia di Finanza, No. 3/2018.
- Italy’s Preferential Tax Regime for New Residents (co-author J. Crivellaro), in The Global Citizenship Review, 2/2018
- Le riorganizzazioni (operazioni sui beni), in "Tassazione dei gruppi" (Ed. C. Garbarino), Giappichelli, 2017.
- Le riorganizzazioni (operazioni sui soggetti), in "Tassazione dei gruppi" (Ed. C. Garbarino), Giappichelli, 2017.
- Industria 4.0 e innovazione tecnologica. Il supporto del Legislatore italiano, in "Digitale e manifatturiero: impatti, prospettive e stato dell'arte per le aziende italiane" (Edts: G. Salviotti, S. Meregalli), Egea, 2017.
- The containment of corporate tax avoidance in Italy (co-author C. Garbarino), in "Routledge Companion to Tax Avoidance Research" (Edts: N. Hashimzade, Y. Epifantseva), Routledge (UK), 2017.
- Italy a Valuable Option for High Network Individuals Looking for Relocation Within the EU (co-authored by U. Percivalle and S. Antonelli) in The Global Employer: Global Immigration & Mobility Quarterly Update, Vol. 30, issue 3, 2017.
- Industry 4.0: un vademecum per la fruizione degli incentivi fiscali (co-authored by Gianluca Salviotti), Egea, 2017.
- Italy: New Beneficial Tax Regime for New Residents (co-author F. Florenzano), on Wealthmanagement.com, 2017.
- La “cooperative compliance” italiana e il progressivo allineamento agli standard internazionali, in Corriere Tributario, No. 41/2016.
- The Global Architecture of Financial Regulatory Taxes (co-author C. Garbarino), in Michigan Journal of International Law, Vol. 36, 2015.
- Aliquota IVA ordinaria sugli "e-book": davvero una violazione della neutralità fiscale?, in Corriere Tributario, No. 46/2014.
- Inosservanza del reverse charge: i conflitti interpretativi e le aspettative, in Fiscalità e Commercio Internazionale, No. 7/2014.
- Financial Transaction Tax europea: obiettivi dichiarati e potenziali effetti distorsivi (co-author C. Garbarino), in Fiscalità e Commercio Internazionale, No. 12/2012.
- Possono due soggetti interamente o prevalentemente controllati da enti pubblici o commerciali essere qualificati come Onlus? Analisi di due casi on www.agenziaentrate.it, 2007.