PhD Global Tax Symposium

29/08/2024 – 30/08/2024 all-day

Final – Call for Papers 2024 PhD GTS

The 2024 PhD Global Tax Symposium will be organised and hosted by the University of New South Wales (UNSW). The event will be held online.
Date: August 29-30, 2024

The symposium focuses on the challenges of the international tax system and of tax law and policy of individual jurisdictions in the contemporary world. Policymakers, businesses and people are confronted with a series of international and domestic challenges from rapid digitalisation of the economy, climate change, capacity building on revenue mobilisation, to fair and equitable international tax policymaking. The global endorsement of the Two-Pillar Solution and the implementation of Pillar II in a number of jurisdictions have further challenged tax administration and compliance for governments and businesses, and raised new questions on fair allocation of tax revenues among jurisdictions. Against this backdrop, this symposium aims to explore insights and ideas of approaches to addressing challenging issues on international taxation and domestic tax development.
The symposium welcomes both theoretical and empirical research contributions. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
•institutional development of fair, inclusive and equitable international tax policymaking;
•the implementation of Pillar II (or a global minimum tax) and challenges to legal and administrative systems at international and/or domestic levels;
•the sustainability of tax revenue generation in the digital age;
•taxation and the environment;
•inequality and wealth taxation; and
•implications of automation and artificial intelligence for taxes on income and general consumption.

The symposium provides a unique opportunity for PhD candidates and early-career researchers to contribute innovative and critical thinking to the existing scholarship on taxation, to benefit from discussions with experts across disciplines and jurisdictions, and to develop research and professional networks for career development.

If you are interested in participating in the PhD GTS, please submit an abstract of no more than 300 words in Word or Adobe PDF format to Selected papers will be presented in the symposium and will receive feedback from a panel of experts on the relevant topic.

The deadline for submission is May 30, 2024. Authors of accepted papers will be notified by June 15, 2024.


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