About the project

Project Experience-sharing of Visegrad countries to tax avoidance activity – has been launched on 1st October, 2020. The International Visegrad Fund finances the project (no. 22010083). The first event of promoting the project is during the FINIZ 2020 conference, on 4th December. In accordance with it, there are two sessions related to the project. The first session is related to the open discussion between theory and practice with respectable professional experts in order to present legal ways to decrease the level of tax evasion. The second session is related to the presentations and speeches of project team members based on their articles which are part of this book of proceedings under the title ”People in the Centre of Process Automation“.

Partners in the project are:

  1. Wroclaw University of Economics and Business, Poland;
  2. Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic;
  3. University of Prešov in Prešov, Slovakia;
  4. Singidunum University Belgrade, Republic of Serbia;
  5. University of Debrecen, Hungary;
  6. The College of Regional Development and Banking Institute – Ambis, a.s, Czech Republic;
  7. The Accountants Association in Poland Lower Silesian Branch, Poland.

The project aims to share the experience of tax avoidance in Visegrad countries with academic staff and legal authorities from Serbia. Examination of the issue of tax avoidance allows detecting tax burden transfer, which may be associated with organized crime and frauds. Partners from the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Serbia will present the experience regarding tax avoidance based on the methodology prepared by the Slovak partner.

Partners will prepare the final product of the grant – the publication of the best practices concerning tax avoidance in V4 countries + Serbia. The papers will present the direction for law adjustment and the influence of tax avoidance on social responsibility policy. Duration: 1/10/2020 – 31/3/2021.

Acknowledgement: The project is co-financed by the Governments of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from the International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe. More information about the project on its website: https://visegrad.ue.wroc.pl

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