Book Review: The Dynamics of Taxation: Essays in Honour of Judith Freedman (2021)
The book is a milestone collection of essays on tax law and policy that celebrates Judith’s legacy during an academic career spanning 40 years. The collection focuses on four areas or themes of taxation scholarship to which Judith made her most notable contributions, namely: taxation of small businesses and individuals; tax avoidance; corporate tax reform; and tax administration. These themes largely reflect Judith’s research interests, namely: corporate and business taxation; taxation policy; small businesses; law and accounting; and corporate social responsibility
CitationSawyer A (2021). Book Review: The Dynamics of Taxation: Essays in Honour of Judith Freedman. New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy. 27(1). 13-16.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research48 - Law and legal studies::4801 - Commercial law::480106 - Taxation law
35 - Commerce, management, tourism and services::3501 - Accounting, auditing and accountability::350108 - Taxation accounting
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