Date(s) of Conference:
April 2-3, 2012
Tattersalls Club, 181 Elizabeth Street
This biennial conference brings together tax administrators, academic researchers and practitioners from around the globe to share expertise and to extend understanding of emerging trends and challenges in tax administration. The theme for this event is Tax Administration: Risky Business.
Call for Papers:
If you are interested in presenting a paper please submit an abstract of the proposed paper and a brief biographical sketch of the author(s) and relevant contact details to Prof. Binh Tran-Nam by September 12, 2011.
The theme of the 2012 conference will be Tax Administration: Risky Business. Authors are encouraged to submit proposals that match this theme (for example: managing tax risks from the perspective of the tax administrator, the taxpayer and/or the tax practitioner; strategies to address tax evasion and enhance voluntary compliance; the impact of compliance costs on business; the impact of legal reform on tax administrators and business etc).
A Steering Committee will select papers for the conference and will advise you of its decision by mid October 2011. The abstract should be between 200 and 500 words and should clearly indicate the title of the paper, its author(s), the status of the paper (for example, whether it is part of ongoing research, whether it has been previously published, etc.) and an overview of its contents. Selected papers will be published as chapters in the ongoing Tax Administration series.