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Separation of Powers in Tax Law

This book is based on the proceedings of the annual meeting of the European Association of Tax Law Professors (EATLP) held in Santiago de Compostela form 4-6 June 2009.
 
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Separation of Powers in Tax Law

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Volume 7 in the EATLP International Tax Series

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978-90-812819-3-5

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283

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Separation of Powers in Tax Law

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283

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Separation of Powers in Tax Law

Why this book?

This book is based on the proceedings of the annual meeting of the European Association of Tax Law Professors (EATLP) held in Santiago de Compostela form 4-6 June 2009.
 

This book is part of the EATLP International TaxSeries

Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Greece, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States.

Main contents

 

  • General Report: In search of validity in tax law: the boundaries between creation and application in a rule-of-law state.
  • Country reports: Including Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Greece, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States.
  • Some other remarks on the relationship between the tax administration and the domestic tax courts.
  • Tabular overview of the answers provided in the national reports.

 

 

Contributor(s)

William B. Barker, Paulo Nogueira da Costa, Emmanuel de Crouy-Chanel, Ana Paula Dourado, Sandra Eden, M. Luisa Esteve Pardo, Lorenzo del Federico, Hans Gribnau, Johannes Heinrich, Gordana Ilic-Popov, Konosuke Kimura, Krzysztof Lasinski-Sulecki, Alexandre Maitrot de la Motte, Wojciech Morawski, Jacob Graff Nielsen, Martha O’Brien, Stefan Olsson, Bruno Peeters, Heinz-Juergen Pezzer, Dejan Popovic, Irina Prinz, António Carlos dos Santos, Karasseva Sentsova, Eleni Theocharopoulou, Elly van de Velde, Danil V. Vinnitskiy, Billur Yalti.

Reviewed by Gianluigi Bizioli

British Tax Review, 2012
 

 

 

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