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Bulletin for International Taxation - Journal

Informative and well-respected, IBFD’s flagship journal examines tax policy changes and tax developments throughout the world for an international readership of tax professionals.


Bulletin for International Taxation

Johann Hattingh
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Bulletin for International Taxation - Journal
Since its creation in 1946, the Bulletin for International Taxation (BIT) has been a major forum for the exchange of views in international taxation. It is dedicated to the study and dissemination of knowledge about international and comparative taxation from a multi-disciplinary perspective. Informative and well-respected, the Bulletin examines policy changes and developments throughout the world and provides professional and academic readers with the necessary background and perspective to face the challenges of the contemporary tax landscape.
Subscriptions to the Bulletin include 75 to 100 articles per year on a wide array of current international tax topics, both country-based and international, as well as access to all issues of the journal dating back to 1999.
The Bulletin for International Taxation has been indexed in the American Economic Association’s electronic bibliography (EconLit) and in ProQuest’s Accounting, Tax & Banking collection.


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Our authors are mainly drawn from the worldwide community of tax academics in law and economics, policymakers and professionals. A special effort will be made to enable young authors to publish their work, provided it meets the editorial standards.

Contribution of articles

The chief editor welcomes original and previously unpublished contributions that examine important tax developments or issues of interest to an international readership of tax professionals, lawyers and scholars. The contribution should be of a practical nature and provide background, perspective and analysis, as well as a description of the tax development or issue.

Articles should demonstrate depth of research and will be evaluated based on impact/innovation, scientific analysis and methodology. Submissions concerning a single jurisdiction will not be accepted, unless the submission demonstrates equal or similar application to other jurisdictions, or is of clear relevance to an international audience.

Manuscripts should range from 5,000 to 12,000 words. Manuscripts accepted for publication in the Bulletin will be subject to editorial review and revision. Additional information may be obtained from the chief editor.

For further information, view our contribution guidelines.

Chief Editor
Prof. Johann Hattingh
Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Assistant Editor
Mike Hammer
Editorial Board

Prof. Em. Brian J. Arnold
Senior adviser, Canadian Tax Foundation, Toronto, Canada

Prof. Dr Michael Lang
Professor of Tax Law and Head of the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law at WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Vienna, Austria

Belema R. Obuoforibo CTA ATT (Fellow)
Chair of the Centre for Studies in African Taxation (CSAT) and Director of the IBFD Knowledge Centre, IBFD, the Netherlands

Prof. Richard J. Vann
Challis Professor of Law, University of Sydney, Australia

Drs Sophie Witteveen
Malcolm Gammie
Hans van den Hurk
Christian Kahlenberg
Rick Krever
Jinyan Li
Charles E. McLure, Jr
Adrian J. Sawyer
Jonathan S. Schwarz


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