Giulio Allevato is Affiliate Professor of Tax&Law at SDA Bocconi School of Management. He is Professor of Tax Law at IE University in Madrid. In the past, he has been Lecturer of Tax&Law at SDA Bocconi School of Management (2015-18), Hauser Global Fellow at the New York University School of Law (2018), and Ernst Mach Scholar at the WU Vienna University of Economics and Business (2014).
At SDA Bocconi, he coordinates the Tax Policy Unit, teaches at post-graduate masters and directs important Executive and Custom Education programs for national and multinational enterprises. Such teaching and programs are focused on domestic and international corporate taxation and legal compliance.
His research activities focus on corporate and international taxation, compliance and tax risk management. He has been awarded prestigious international fellowships, such as the Hauser Fellowship (New York University School of Law), the Ernst Mach grant (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business) and the Michigan Grotius Fellowship (University of Michigan Law School). Besides his academic activity, he practices as a certified tax attorney, assisting multinational enterprises on complex cross-border transactions. He authored numerous book chapters and articles, which have been published in important national and international journals.
Giulio earned a degree in Law and a PhD in International Law&Economics from Bocconi University, and an International Tax LL.M. from the University of Michigan Law School.
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, in "Routledge Companion to Tax Avoidance Research" (Edts: N. Hashimzade, Y. Epifantseva), Routledge (UK), 2017.
Industry 4.0: un vademecum per la fruizione degli incentivi fiscali (co-authored by Gianluca Salviotti), Egea, 2017.
Requisiti di accesso e impatto sistemico della cooperative compliance: il programma italiano è sulla buona strada, (co-author Carlo Garbarino), in Rivista della Guardia di Finanza, No. 3/2018.
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.
Italy: New Beneficial Tax Regime for New Residents (co-authored by 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-authored by 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-authored by C. Garbarino), in Fiscalità e Commercio Internazionale, No. 12/2012.
The relationship between Tax Sovereignty’s Regulatory Function and State Sovereignty : From the Rise of Nation States to Globalization", presented at the Global/Emile Noel Fellows Forum (NYU School of Law, chaired by Prof. Joseph Weiler and Prof. Gráinne de Búrca) on October 31, 2017 and at the 4th Max Planck European Postdoctoral Conference on Tax Law (Max Planck Institute, Munich, Germany) on January 16, 2018.
Cooperative Compliance: un'analisi comparata, 2017
The Use of Tax Policy to Reform the Financial Sector: Approaches, Proposals and Feasibility, dicembre 2012