• ATTA (Australasian Tax Teachers Association) 31st Annual Conference, 16-18 January 2019, Perth – Call for papers, closes 27 August

    The conference website is here:

    https://businesslaw.curtin.edu.au/our-research/conferences/atta-conference-2019/ 

    We invite you to submit a paper to the upcoming Australasian Tax Teachers’ Association’s 31st Annual Conference. The theme of the conference is ‘Taxation, Innovation and Education: Tax in a Changing World’.

    The Curtin Law School at Curtin University will host the conference at the Duxton Hotel in Perth from 16th to 18th January 2019.  Perth is an exciting place to visit, particularly in January with our beautiful summer weather and where you can enjoy the beaches, cultural activities and festivals taking place throughout summer.   We’ll host the welcome reception at our heritage listed building on St Georges Terrace on Wednesday evening the 16th January. The conference dinner will take place on Thursday night, 17th January, at Frasers which overlooks the Perth Skyline from the iconic Kings Park.  Friday afternoon will see us bring the conference to a close with a cocktail function at the Duxton.

    Call for Abstracts

    We encourage papers on the conference theme, but welcome papers on any aspect of taxation, including the scholarship of tax teaching and learning. We also encourage current PhD students to submit an abstract for a symposium on Wednesday 16th January 2018 where they can present their work. 

    Six conference fee scholarships will be provided for PhD students.  Please complete the scholarship application form (see conference website link) by Monday 27th August 2018 if you want to be considered for a scholarship.  

    Prizes for the best tax research paper, the best teaching paper and the best PhD student paper will be awarded.

    If you want to present at the main conference, email your abstract of no more than 500 words to: Annette Morgan: annette.morgan@cbs.curtin.edu.au  by Monday 27th August 2018. 

    We will advise you of acceptance by Friday 14th September 2018. If you want to present at the PhD symposium, email your abstract to: Associate Professor Helen Hodgson:  helen.hodgson@curtin.edu.au  by Monday 27th  August 2018. 

    We will advise you of acceptance by Friday 14th September 2018.”

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