About Professor Graeme Cooper

Graeme's principal research and teaching focus is domestic corporate taxation, comparative tax law and tax policy.

In Australia, he has been commissioned to undertake projects by the Australian Taxation Office, the Board of Taxation and the Australian National Audit Office. He is regularly involved in consultations with government on the development, design and implementation of tax reform measures.

He is a Member of the Board of Governors of the Australian Tax Research Foundation and a former Chair of the NSW Division of the Taxation Institute of Australia. He is a member of the Taxation Committee of the Law Council of Australia, the Canadian Tax Foundation, the International Fiscal Association and a fellow of the Taxation Institute of Australia.He was admitted to legal practice in NSW (1980) and Victoria (1999) and practised in Sydney before entering teaching. He currently works part-time as a consultant to Greenwoods & Freehills, specialist tax advisers in Sydney.Beginning in 1992, he has worked as a consultant on a variety of tax design and implementation projects in Asia, Europe and Africa for various international organisations including the OECD, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and other NGOs. From 1995-98 he worked in Paris for the Fiscal Affairs Division of the OECD where he was involved in technical assistance and training projects for Governments and officials from developing countries. He has worked on tax reform projects in Albania, Bulgaria, China, the SAR of Hong Kong, India, Latvia, Lesotho, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Slovenia, and been involved in tax reform projects with officials from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania, Romania, the Slovak Republic, and Vietnam.

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