Critical evaluation of Australian and international tax law
Since 1971, the Australian Tax Review has been providing in-depth analysis of tax issues in the Australian tax environment. The journal has a national and international reputation which services both the academic and professional tax law markets.
Being a fully refereed journal, articles are only accepted for publication after a rigorous peer review process. Appropriate referees (a minimum of two for each article submitted) are selected by the editors from the ranks of senior Australian and international tax academics and practitioners.
The General Editors, John Curtin Distinguished Professor Dale Pinto, Head of the Taxation Department, Curtain Law School, Curtin University, Western Australia, and Professor Kerris Sadiq, School of Accountancy, QUT Business School, Queensland University of Technology, work with an Editorial Board of high profile members of the tax profession in Australia and overseas:
• Professor Catherine Brown, Faculty of Law, University of Calgary
• Michael D’Ascenzo AO, Adjunct Professor, University of Melbourne and University of New South Wales; former Commission, Australian Taxation Office
• Professor Chris Evans, School of Accounting, Auditing and Taxation, The University of New South Wales
• Professor Judith Freedman, Faculty of Law, Oxford University
• The Hon Justice Michelle Gordon, High Court of Australia
• Professor Richard Krever AM, Professor, Law School, University of Western Australia
• The Hon Sir Anthony Mason AC, KBE, Barrister; former Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia
• Professor Ann O’Connell, Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne
• The Hon Justice Tony Pagone KC, Victorian Bar
• Professor John Prebble, Faculty of Law, Victoria University, Wellington
• Professor Joel Slemrod, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
• Tony Slater QC, Barrister, Sydney
The Editorial Board members bring with them a wealth of experience and knowledge that serves to ensure the journal continues to be the foremost refereed Australian tax journal, providing high quality and in-depth analysis and critique of Australian domestic and international tax law.
Online, Australian Tax Review features the full Backset to Volume 1 Part 1 from 1971, with links to judgments and other online publications, while allowing for individual articles to be downloaded in pdf format.
Receipt of Parts and/or Bound Volumes will depend on your subscription choice.
- Articles focus on the Australian tax law in operation, rather than in theory, guaranteeing information is more relevant to you.
- Authors are leaders and experts in their respective specialised fields, so you can be confident you are using information from a reliable source.
- All articles undergo a rigorous peer review process to ensure published articles are robust and valued by the tax community.
- Articles often hold precedential value, saving hours of independent research.
- A valuable addition to the practitioner’s library, the bound volumes are an important repository of research material which is easy to access with an annual and consolidated index. Subscribers receive value for money.