IBFD Doctoral Series

Find out what’s new with our doctoral series, which offers new viewpoints on international taxation and stimulates dialogue.

 

About the series, aims and scope

This series publishes volumes based on high-level doctoral research that is original and innovative and has a strong, long-lasting impact on European and/or international tax law. Each thesis published in the series undergoes extensive external peer review in line with the strictest selection standards to ensure that it meets the highest academic standards.

The IBFD Doctoral Series is indexed in the Web of Science Book Citation Index.

Editors

Editor-in-Chief
Prof. Dr Pasquale Pistone, Academic Chairman, IBFD, the Netherlands

Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Prof. Dr João Félix Pinto Nogueira, Deputy Academic Chairman, IBFD, the Netherlands

Managing Editor
Prof. Dr Craig West, Senior Associate/Editor, IBFD, the Netherlands; Adjunct Professor, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Submission guidelines and review process

Original submissions should be sent to the Managing Editor. Authors are referred to the Guidelines and support for author instructions, style and spelling guidelines and citation and referencing style.

All submissions will be run through plagiarism check software in accordance with the Plagiarism Policy. Further guidelines and support concerning manuscripts passing editorial view, including any further internal review, are subjected to peer review by at least two external peer reviewers.

No fee is charged to authors for submission or production.

Ethics and disclosures

The IBFD Doctoral Series subscribes to the publishing industry’s best practices and guidance as provided by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and detailed in the IBFD Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement, and it supports efforts to eliminate plagiarism.

Information on copyright transfer, self-archiving, the use and reproduction of the final work and author remuneration may be found under Authors & Contributors.

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