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World Tax Journal

A scientific journal in the area of international, comparative and regional taxation from a legal and an economic perspective. This multidisciplinary journal is a platform for premium and ground-breaking academic research.

 

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World Tax Journal

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1878-4917

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World Tax Journal

Why subscribe?

The World Tax Journal (WTJ) is a scientific journal in the area of international, comparative and regional taxation from a legal and an economic perspective. This multidisciplinary journal is a platform for premium and ground-breaking academic research.
  
The objective of the journal is to meet the perceived need of the international research community for a scientific journal in the area of international, comparative and regional (e.g. European) taxation with a legal and an economic perspective.
 

Main contents 

 
  • The only worldwide fully peer-reviewed journal specialized in international, comparative and regional taxation.
  • Supported by a large board of high-level editors with an international reputation.
  • Substantial and learned articles published 3 times a year.

Recognized and Acclaimed

The journal is included in the draft 2012 journal ranking list of the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA). ERA assesses research quality within Australia's higher education institutions using a combination of indicators and expert review by committees comprising experienced, internationally recognized experts.
 
It is also indexed in the American Economic Association’s electronic bibliography, EconLit, a comprehensive index of economics journal articles, books, book reviews, collective volume articles, working papers and dissertations available at libraries and on university websites throughout the world. Articles are given a JEL classification.

 

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Online and Print format

Order both the print and online format of this journal and receive an 85% discount on the price of the print journal. To order both formats or for more information, please contact Customer Support.
 

Journal Preview (optional free service)

As soon as the journal content is finalised we will send you a summary of forthcoming articles via e-mail. Our clients find this useful as it gives them advanced notice prior to publication and allows them to see at a glance which articles might be interesting.
 

 

  • Includes optional free e-mail service that informs you about the forthcoming topics of the journal.
  • Articles and news items are based on research and contributions from professionals from all over the world.
  • Online version:
    • Create and save unique personalized research profiles.
    • Export articles to MS Word and PDF and entire issues to PDF quickly and easily.
    • Articles are made available on publication.
    • It may contain additional articles not available for print subscribers.
    • Access to the complete online archive dating back to 2009.

 

Worldwide

Authors

The journal’s authors are mainly drawn from the worldwide community of tax academics in law and economics, policymakers and professionals in addition to IBFD staff. A special effort is made to enable young authors to publish their work, provided it meets the editorial standards.

  

Would you like to publish your article? Please contact the editors.

Editorial board
 

Lawyers

Europe
  • Michael Lang (Austria), professor, Head of the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law, WU Vienna
  • Kees van Raad (Netherlands), professor, Director ITC Leiden
  • Wolfgang Schön (Germany), professor, LMU Munich, Director Max Planck Institute, Chairman of the IFA Research Committee
  • Ben Terra (Netherlands), professor, University of Amsterdam, Lund University
  • Frans Vanistendael (Belgium), professor, KULeuven, Belgium
North America
  • Hugh Ault (United States), professor, Boston College, consultant fiscal affairs OECD, Paris
  • Ruth Mason (United States), Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law
  • Jacques Sasseville (Canada), international official, Fiscal Affairs OECD, Paris
Latin America
  • Alejandro Altamirano (Argentina), professor, Director of the Tax Department, Austral University Buenos Aires, practising tax lawyer, Buenos Aires
  • Heleno Torres (Brazil), professor, University of São Paulo, practising tax lawyer, São Paulo
Asia
  • Porus Kaka (India), Senior Tax Advocate, Mumbai
  • Yoshihiro Masui (Japan), professor, University of Tokyo
Oceania
  • Richard Vann (Australia), professor, University of Sydney, practising lawyer, Sydney

Economists

Europe
  • Krister Andersson (Sweden), associate professor, Lund University, Head of the Tax Policy Department at the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise
  • Michael Devereux (United Kingdom), professor, Said Business School, Oxford
  • Christoph Spengel (Germany), professor, University of Mannheim
  • Vito Tanzi (Italy), independent scholar
  • Kai Konrad (Germany), professor, Director Max Planck Institute Tax Law Munich
North America
  • Joël Slemrod (United States), professor, University of Michigan
  • Mihir Desai (United States), professor, Harvard Business School
Asia and Oceania
  • Howell Zee (United Kingdom), professor, Xiamen University and senior fellow, Monash University

IBFD staff

  • Pasquale Pistone (Italy), professor, WU Vienna, University of Salerno, Academic Chairman IBFD
  • Joanna Wheeler (United Kingdom), senior visiting fellow at Queen Mary, senior principal research fellow IBFD
  • Wim Wijnen (Netherlands), visiting professor, counsel to the Academic Chairman

 

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