Lucas Millán


Lucas Millán is a fellow with CEP, where he focuses on comparative research and advocacy in the field of tax expenditures. He studied in France and the United States, completing Bachelors’ degrees at Pierre et Marie Curie and Panthéon-Assas universities, followed by Masters degrees at Paris-Sorbonne and Boston universities. His academic path has taken him from mathematics and law, to international relations, and finally to tax law and policy. Lucas has a detailed knowledge of international tax architecture, having investigated national regulations and treaty networks in depth. As part of his ongoing work with the Tax Justice Network, he regularly assists elected representatives, investigative journalists and researchers in understanding current legal challenges and potential solutions regarding the financial and tax systems.