Ph.D. in Accounting & Business Taxation, University of Cologne, Germany.
M.Sc. in Quantitative Economics, Paris School of Economics, France
B.Sc. in Economics, LMU Munich, Germany
Hubertus is an assistant professor in the Department of Business Administration at University Carlos III de Madrid.
He studies how corporations respond to changes in tax law and financial reporting standards. His research focuses on corporate tax planning and the effects of disclosure regulation.
He has been teaching courses on financial accounting, corporate taxation and the economic impact of taxes. Currently he is teaching financial consolidation at UC3M.
Hubertus collected expertise in M&A advisory, audit and tax services and holds a certified license for tax advisory in Germany (inactive).
Overesch, M. and Wolff, H., “Financial Transparency to the Rescue: Effects of Public Country-by-Country Reporting in the European Union Banking Sector on Tax Avoidance” Contemporary Accounting Research, Volume 38, 2021, Issue 3: 1616-1642.
Ebeling, N., Nolden, M., Overesch, M., Pflitsch, M., Wolff, H., „Eignen sich Zinssätze von Anleihen für die Ermittlung fremdüblicher Zinssätze von konzerninternen Darlehen?“, Internationales Steuerrecht, Volume 21, 2018, p. 841-846