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Journals on Taxation Law

The e-Journal of Tax Research is a peer reviewed journal that publishes original, scholarly works on all aspects of taxation. The journal uses a double blind review process. It aims to promote timely dissemination of research and public discussion of tax-related issues, from both theoretical and practical perspectives. It provides a channel for academics, researchers, practitioners, administrators, judges and policy makers to enhance their understanding and knowledge of taxation. The journal emphasizes the interdisciplinary nature of taxation. To ensure the topicality of the journal, submissions will be refereed quickly. The e-Journal of Tax Research is normally published twice a year by the School of Taxation & Business Law. Thematic editions covering topical issues are also published on a one-off basis.

The Journal of the Australasian Tax Teachers Association (JATTA) is an electronic double blind peer reviewed journal. The Association is a non-profit interdisciplinary organization established in 1987. Our members include taxation law, accounting and economics academics, writers and administrators from Australia and New Zealand.

JATTA is normally published annually and subsequent to the Association’s annual conference. It is common for each issue of JATTA to be based on a theme for which a specific call for papers will be made.