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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Call for Papers: 2018 International Conference On Tax Administration

UNSWCall for Papers:

The International Conference on Tax Administration is a prestigious biennial event that brings together leading tax administrators, academics and practitioners from around the globe. The theme of the 2018 conference will be Tax System Integrity in a Digital Age. The conference will explore the impact of digital and disruptive technologies upon all aspects of tax administration in developed and developing economies, including (but not limited to): taxpayer and intermediary interactions with revenue authorities; tax filing; tax compliance and compliance costs; tax collection; information and big data management; the cashless economy; blockchain and crypto-financing; harnessing technology in the post-BEPS environment and taxing the virtual economy.

Your proposal should include the following details:

  • Title of the paper;
  • Author(s) brief bio and contact details;
  • An abstract of between 200-500 words of the contents of the proposed paper including its findings;
  • Status of the paper (for example, whether it is part of ongoing research or whether it has been previously published, etc).

Proposals should be sent to Binh Tran-Nam with the subject ‘Tax Admin Conference Call for papers’ by end of Friday 17 November 2017.

A Steering Committee will select papers for the conference and will advise you of its decision by mid December 2017. Full papers will be required to be submitted by early March using the conference template. Selected papers will be published in a special issue of the eJournal of Tax Research (an A-ranked journal in the Australian Business Dean Council’s List of Quality Journals).

Enquiries about the conference should be directed to Binh Tran-Nam, Chris Evans, and Michael Walpole.

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