Hans Gribnau is a Professor of Tax Law at the Fiscal Institute of Tilburg University and at Leiden University.
His current research interests lie in the quality of tax regulation, the regulatory use of tax law, governance and tax ethics. He has published extensively on these topics as well as on procedural tax law, tax theory, legal principles, trust and compliance theory, and Spinoza. Some English publications.
- Corporate Social Responsibility and Tax Planning: Not by Rules Alone (2015)
- Voluntary Compliance Beyond the Letter of the Law: Reciprocity and Fair Play (2016)
- Good Tax Governance: A Matter of Moral Responsibility and Transparency’ (2017)
- The Integrity of the Tax System after BEPS: A Shared Responsibility (2017)
- Not argued from but prayed to. Who’s afraid of legal principles? (2014)