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Tax Research and Practicalities

Judith Freedman KPMG Professor of Taxation Law at the University of Oxford discusses the role of academic tax research and the creation of a new tax research centre at Oxford
Readers of The Tax Journal may not think academic tax research has very much to do with them. Hard-pressed practitioners might consider they have enough pressure on them in keeping up with the twists and turns of everyday tax changes and with the many consultative documents and draft clauses which drop upon their desks without having to think in more abstract terms about what might or should be. There is also unfortunately a view sometimes expressed that academic proposals are inevitably impractical. Speaking about the report of the President's Advisory Panel on Tax Reform published...

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