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Prof.dr. Stan Stevens (Taks Consultant)
Prof.dr. Stan Stevens
Accounting & Control (Tax), Business & Society (Civil Society, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility), Context (Economics, Law), Health & Education (Health Care Management), Management & Organisation (Business Ethics)
Stan Stevens studied tax economics at Tilburg University (1996). In 2003 he obtained his PhD at the same university with a research on the tax aspects of government organizations. From 2005-2010 he was lecturer tax law at the VU University Amsterdam. Between 1996-2014 he worked as a tax consultant (Partner) for PwC. As from October 2014 he is affiliated with HVK Stevens. He is a Distinguished Professor of Tax Aspects of Social Enterprises and also a lecturer in the tax institute of Tilburg University.
Stevens, S.A. (2010). De herziene bedrijfsopvolgingsfaciliteit in de schenk- en erfbelasting,
Tijdschrift Fiscaal Ondernemingsrecht, 108
Stevens, S.A. (2010). Tax aid and Non-profit organisations,
EC Tax Review, 4
S.A. Stevens (J. Kluft, M. van Brummen, M. van Dun, Y, Xi, B. Straver, C. Dijkstra) Profit Taxation and the Public Sector: A Comparative Study within the EU and the US, PwC, 2014.
Stevens, S.A. (2012).
Fiscaal toezicht op goede doelen. In A.J.J. Kemps & T.J. van der Ploeg (Ed.).
De toekomst van het toezicht op fondsenwerving voor goede doelen in Nederland
(pp. 29-51). Amsterdam, Nederland: Boom Juridische Uitgevers.
Stevens, S.A. (2011).
De winst van de maatschappelijke onderneming.
(Oratie 25 maart 2011).
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New funding models in healthcare
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Executive Master of Finance and Control / Register Controller (EMFC)
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