New Challenges and New Technologies in Public Administration, Public Finances and Tax Law


Date: 26-27. September 2024

Venue: Széchenyi István University, Faculty of Law, Áldozat utca 12, 9026 Győr, Hungary. 


Participant registration


- International Center of Public Finance and Tax Law Research (,

- Central and Eastern European Association for Public Administration (, 

- Széchenyi István University, Faculty of Law (,

- University of Białystok, Faculty of Law (


I General Information:

Online Registration via internet webiste:  


June 10, 2024 - online registration with article title and abstract

July 8, 2024 - preliminary decision on:

a) the acceptance of the paper to be presented,

b) the place of the publication in the specific journal.

July 31, 2024 - payment of the conference fee.

September 31, 2024 - article submission for the given journal.

Conference fees: 

190,- EUR for the regular participants.

120,- EUR for the PhD students.

The conference fee of 190 EUR fee includes 2 lunches and 2 dinners, the participation in all sections and debates and events during the conference, including participation at the plenary session, the individual sessions (yet to be defined, based on the registrations), at the Polish-language practitioners’ session and the PhD. seminar. The fee also includes the possibility to publish papers in one of the conference journals. the decision process regarding the place of publication will be made in collaboration between the Authors and the Scientific Council. This, we believe, transparent method is described below and comes to fruition when filling in the registration form.

The bank account for the conference fee payment:



IBAN: HU90 1091 8001 0000 0114 6920 0003


Reference: Name and surname of the participant.

In the registration form, there is a field where you can enter your invoice details. We kindly ask all conference participants who are interested in receiving an invoice to provide full invoice details there.

II Conference Format and Schedule:

The legal landscape is evolving rapidly, academics and professionals in the fields of Public Administration, Public Finances, and Tax Law find themselves at the forefront of these transformative changes. The conference aims to bring together legal experts, scholars, and practitioners to explore and dissect the latest challenges and technologies shaping these crucial areas. The conference will provide place for attendees with share insights and participate in collaborative discussions. Moreover, there will be Ph.D. seminar, the space for presentation and discussion of a concept of the Ph.D. thesis or a paper related to the main topic of the conference. Conference participants will also be invited to the scientific publication methodology course. Finally, taking into consideration the origins of the Center of Public Finance and Tax Law Research, we would like to organize the special panel for researchers and practitioners in Polish. Without indicating a closed catalogue of the participants, we address our invitation for judges and employees of public administration offices, tax offices and local government units.

The conference will take place on 26 and 27 September. On the first day (Thursday) there will be a plenary session in the morning and individual sessions in English in the afternoon, together with the practitioners’ panel in Polish. The second day (Friday) will include the PhD Seminar accompanied by the publication methodology course where we will explain how to be published in the SCOPUS database. The best papers presented during the PhD Seminar will be awared. The evening of the second day will take place the closing dinner.

The working language of the conference is English, apart from the special panel for practitioners that will be in Polish.

III Key Topics:

1. Digital Transformation in Public Administration:

- The impact of digital technologies on public service delivery.

- Challenges and opportunities of implementing e-governance and smart city initiatives.

- Legal frameworks for data protection, cybersecurity, and privacy in the public sector.

2. Innovations in Public Finances:

- The role of fintech and blockchain in reshaping public financial management.

- Challenges and solutions related to digital currencies and central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).

- Innovative financing models for public projects and infrastructure.

3. Tax Law in the Digital Age:

- Tax implications of emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, and the internet of things (IoT).

- International tax challenges in the context of transfer pricing, digital business and remote work.

- The role of technology in tax compliance, enforcement, and anti-evasion measures.

4. Legal and Ethical Implications:

- Ethical considerations surrounding the use of emerging technologies in public administration and finance.

- Legal frameworks for responsible AI and algorithmic decision-making in the public sector.

- Intersection of law and technology in policymaking.

5. Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Considerations in Public Administration:

- Integration of ESG principles into public policies and administrative practices.

- Legal frameworks for promoting sustainability and corporate responsibility in public projects and initiatives.

- The role of technology in enhancing transparency and accountability in ESG reporting.

6. Cybersecurity Challenges in Public Administration and Finance:

- Growing threats of cyberattacks on public institutions and financial systems.

- Legal and regulatory responses to cybersecurity incidents in the public sector.

- Role of emerging technologies in fortifying digital resilience and safeguarding critical infrastructure.

7. Cross-Border Taxation and Regulatory Cooperation:

- Legal complexities of cross-border transactions in the digital economy.

- International efforts to harmonize tax regulations and prevent tax evasion.

- The role of technology in facilitating global cooperation and information exchange among tax authorities.

8. Innovations in Tax Compliance and Administration:

- Use of data analytics, machine learning, and automation in tax compliance processes.

- Legal considerations of implementing digital tax administration systems.

- Case studies of jurisdictions leveraging technology for efficient and effective tax collection.

9. Legal and Regulatory Challenges of Emerging Technologies:

- Legal considerations surrounding emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain.

- Intersection of technology and legal liability in public administration and finance.

- Agile regulatory frameworks to keep pace with technological advancements.

10. Crisis Management and Legal Preparedness:

- Legal frameworks for crisis management in public administration, considering events such as pandemics, natural disasters, and economic downturns.

- The role of technology in enhancing resilience and responsiveness during crises.

- Legal implications of government interventions and stimulus measures in times of crisis.

IV Publications  

The conference organisers are collaborating with journals that will publish the papers presented at the conference. During the online registration, the participants will be asked to indicate three journals from the journals’ list, with the order of their preferences. The Scientific Council of the conference will take this into consideration and in cooperation with the included journals will suggests to the authors the journal for publication. Please note, that the final decisions on accepting the articles will be made by the Reviewers and Editors of each journal. The Authors will be asked to send their papers directly to a proposed journal, respecting the technical and editorial requirements of a particular journal. 

The list of collaborating journals is the following:

1) Eastern European Journal of Transnational Relations (, Poland

2) Financial Law Review (, Poland

3) Gubernaculum et Administration (, Poland

4) Institutiones Administrationis: Journal of Administrative Sciences (, Hungary

5) Paneurópske právnické listy (, Slovakia

6) Studia Iuridica Cassoviensia (, Slovakia

7) Studia Juridica et Politica Jaurinensia (, Hungary

8) Studia Prawnoustrojowe (, Poland

9) Studia Sieci Uniwersytetów Pogranicza (, Poland.


V Scientific Council of the Conference:

1) Dr hab. Anna Jurkowska-Zeidler, prof. UG, University of Gdańsk

2) JUDr. Anna Vartašová, assoc. prof., UJPŠ Košice

3) Dr. Gábor Hulkó, assoc. prof., Széchenyi István University, Győr

4) Dr hab. Jarosław Matwiejuk, prof. UwB, University of Białystok

5) Dr. habil. Katalin Egresi, assoc. prof., Széchenyi István University, Győr

6) JUDr. PhDr. Lilla Garay, assoc. prof., Pan-European University, Bratislava

7) Prof. Dr hab. Maciej Perkowski, University of Białystok

8) Dr hab. Michał Mariański, prof. UWM, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn 

9) Dr Paulina Bieś-Srokosz, assoc. prof., Akademia im. Jana Długosza w CzęstochowieUniwersytet Jana Długosza w Częstochowie.


VI Recomended hotels:

1) Hotel Révész,

2) Hotel Arany Szarvas,

3) Hotel Domus Collis,

4) Barokk Hotel Promenád,

5) Duna Panzió,


For more information we encourage you to directly contact Dr. Gábor Hulkó (

Hopefully, see you soon in Hungary!