Carlo Garbarino is a professor of taxation at Bocconi University in Milan and an affiliated member of Bocconi's Department of Accounting. His research interests include taxation law, international and comparative taxation law, international law, comparative law, the general theory of law, and the economic analysis of law. He has been a visiting scholar at Yale University Law School and a visiting professor at the Université Sorbonne-Paris, the University of Michigan Law School, the University of San Paulo, and the University of Florida. He is the author of 70 publications on Italian, comparative, and international taxation.
His recent publications include: "Tax Transplants and Circulation of Corporate Models" (British Tax Review, 159-187, 2011); Comparative Regulation of Corporate Tax Avoidance, in Proceedings of The XVIIIth International Congress of Comparative Law (Springer, 2011); and "The Development of a Judicial Anti-Abuse Principle in Italy" (British Tax Review, 186, 2009).