January 7, 2023

Empathy games: should they be played? Enforcement at any cost!

by Carlene Wynter, Aston University Tax authorities are empowered by the state to […]

October 10, 2022

Reflections on Managing Funded Research: The Fiscal Citizenship Project

Lynne Oats, Professor of Taxation and Accounting, Exeter University I am honoured to […]

September 28, 2022

Tax nudging using online surveillance – is this a no-go area?

Mpumi Monageng, Senior Lecturer and researcher at University of Pretoria, South Africa In […]

August 24, 2022

Another check of the temperature of tax teaching in the UK

Stephen Daly (Senior Lecturer, King’s College London) and Amy Lawton (Lecturer in Tax […]

July 29, 2022

On a slippery slope: tax policy development in New Zealand

Dr Adrian Sawyer – SJD, M.Com, LLB, FCA, FCPA, Barrister & Solicitor of […]

June 7, 2022

Do we still need national and EU lawmakers when we already have the OECD?

Stefanie Geringer, Researcher at the University of Vienna and senior associate at BDO […]

May 9, 2022

CSR and Tax: neither Venus nor Mars

(Or, changing the terms of the tax governance debate) Hans Gribnau email: j.l.m.gribnau@uvt.nlResearch focus: […]

March 28, 2022

Discussing inequality from a tax and democracy perspective

Jur.dr. Yvette Lind, assistant professor in tax law at Copenhagen Business School To […]

February 7, 2022

The continuing relevance of tax avoidance history

Jane Frecknall-HughesProfessor of Accounting and Taxation, Nottingham University Business School That which has […]