History of Tax Law Conference 2012
02 July 2012 - 03 July 2012
Source: Centre for Tax Law
The History of Tax Law Conference 2012 will be held at the Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge
The following speakers have agreed to participate - the order of the list is random.
- John Avery Jones – Sir Josiah Stamp and Double Income Tax
- Chantal Stebbings (Exeter) – Tax and Quacks: the policy of the medicine stamp duty
- Johann Hattingh (Cambridge) – Early German income tax treaties and laws concerned with double tax avoidance (1869 to 1908)
- Dominic de Cogan (Birmingham) – Tax by or Law or by Administrators; the Changing Boundaries between 1900 and 1950 – Capital Allowances
- Malcolm Gammie – More on Source
- Majorie Korhnauser (Arizona State and Tulane) Taxing Bachelors in America: 1895-1939
- H (enk) Vording and Onno Ydema (Leiden) – Dutch Tax reform under Napolean
- Diana Kraal, Monash University Law School – Of Taxes: An Inquiry into Dutch to British Colonial Malacca 1824-1839
- Xu Yan, The University of Hong Kong – Old Wine in New Wineskins: The Taxation History of China
- Lynne Oats (Exeter) and Pauline Sadler (Curtain University of Technology) – When Accounting and Law collide: The Curious Australian case of dividends from pre-1914 profits
- Margaret McKerchar (UNSW) and Jane Frecknall Hughes (Head of Law Open University) – The History and Development of the Taxation Profession in the UK and Australia
- Ann O’Connell (Melbourn) Advancement (and Retreat?) of Religion: A Historical Perspective
- John Pearce (formerly with HMRC) – The Income Tax Law Rewrite Projects: 1914 to 1956
- Richard Thomas (Office of Tax Simplification formerly with HMRC) – The 'Full Amount' in Income Tax Legislation
- Richard Vann (Sydney) The Entertaining History of Article 17
- Barbara Abraham (Worshipful Company) 'Danegeld' – from Danish tribute to English land tax
- Philip Ridd – 'Plaintive Glitterarti'
- John Tiley (Cambridge) – Estate Duty Days
The further details and booking form are available to download.
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