Australian Tax Review is a highly regarded refereed taxation journal published since 1971. It has maintained its “A” ranking in the 2019 Australian Business Deans Council journal quality list. It is seeking the submission of high-quality articles for a special issue of the journal to be published at the end of 2020. All submissions will be subject to the journal’s usual rigorous double-blind refereeing process.
Call for papers
This special issue calls for submission of papers that engage with current topics in international taxation. Possible themes include, but are not limited to, the following issues:
- BEPS project: implications for Australia
- Transfer pricing issues, including the profit split method
- Taxation of the digital economy, including potential reform of the allocation of taxing rights among residence and source countries, and possible policies to address BEPS risks exacerbated by the rise of digital businesses
- International taxation issues under domestic law, including anti-BEPS measures (e.g. Multinational Anti-Avoidance Law, Diverted Profits Tax and Anti-Hybrid Rules), recent court cases on transfer pricing and the interaction between domestic law and tax treaties.
Further details are available here