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Digitalization of Historical Documents at the OECD Archives, Paris

posted Sep 12, 2011, 7:24 AM by Michael Quinn   [ updated Sep 18, 2012, 2:20 AM by Unknown user ]
Dear Colleagues ,
Together with the OECD, IBFD, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, IFA Canadian Branch and Canadian Tax Foundation, the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law (WU) in Vienna has conducted a project which made it possible for almost 1.200 historical OEEC and OECD documents concerning the OECD Model Convention from the years 1954 to 1976 to be scanned and retyped. They are freely available at <> in a searchable form for all tax experts around the world. These documents enable researchers and practitioners to consult historical materials when researching the meaning of today's tax treaty provisions. 

We are seeking to appoint someone to continue the digitalization of the historic OEEC and OECD materials at the OECD Archives in Paris. The tasks will include the scanning of relevant documents at the OECD Archives, as well as creating short abstracts in both English and French. The start date of the job can be individually agreed upon, and the job itself will probably last for four to six months (full time; part time also possible). For further information, please see our website at <>. Please submit your complete application via e-mail to <> including CV (in English) and certificates and degrees from your university, and feel free to contact us if you have any questions! The closing date for applications will be 30 September 2011. 
Michael Lang / Josef Schuch / Claus Staringer / Pasquale Pistone / Alfred Storck / Maria Sitkovich