Elena Cirmizi directs the International Tax Office at George Mason University, ensuring compliance with U.S. tax and immigration law when making payments to foreign visitors and vendors.
Ms. Cirmizi holds a Licentiate in Law from Moldova State University in the Republic of Moldova, and an LL.M. degree in International Legal Studies from Washington College of Law. Her current research focuses on various international tax law issues in the United States and globally with emphasis on the taxation of intellectual property transactions. Before joining the International Tax Office at George Mason University, Ms. Cirmizi served as a consultant for the Development Research Group of the World Bank.
- Elena Cirmizi, The Challenges of Bankruptcy Reform with Leora Klapper and Mahesh Uttamchandani, 26:2 World Bank Research Observer 230 (2011).