Glen Loutzenhiser

Professor of Tax Law

Faculty officer role(s):

Director of the MSc in Taxation

Biography

Glen Loutzenhiser, BComm (Sask), LLB (Toronto), LLM (Cantab), MA (Oxon), DPhil (Oxon) is Professor of Tax Law and Tutorial Fellow in Law of St Hugh's College. He teaches undergraduate courses on EU Law and Taxation Law and teaches on the taught graduate Business Taxation in a Global Economy option on the BCL/MJur/MLF. He is also a programme director and teacher on the part-time MSc in Taxation degree. Glen is Assistant Editor of the British Tax Review, sole consultant editor of the Taxation Volumes of Halsbury's Laws of England and Wales, and sole editor of Tiley’s Revenue Law (Hart Publishing)- a leading UK tax law textbook. His research interests include the taxation of small businesses and employees, wealth taxes, executive compensation and taxation of the family.

Research Interests

Corporate Tax, Employment Tax with a particular emphasis on employee share schemes, Wealth Tax, Tax and the Family, International Tax, Environmental Taxation

Research projects & programmes

Business Law Research Group Tax Law Research Group

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