"Advances in Taxation" publishes articles dealing with all aspects of taxation. Articles can address tax policy issues at the federal, state, local, or international level. The series primarily publishes empirical studies that address compliance, computer usage, education, legal, planning, or policy issues. These studies generally involve interdisciplinary research that incorporates theories from accounting, economics, finance, psychology, and sociology.
The effect of export tax incentives on export volume - the DISC/FSC evidence, B.A. Billings et al; implications of benchmark state and local tax rates for measures of estimated taxes, B.D. Childs; tax administration problems - GAO-identified shortcomings and implications, P.J. Harmelink et al; implicit taxes and progressivity, H.J. Iglarsh, R.G. Allan; the association of career stage and gender with tax accountants' work attitudes and behavior, S Luttman et al; the determinants of staff accountants' satisfaction with services at Korean district tax offices, T. Shim; tax policy effectiveness as measured by responses to limits placed on the deduction of executive compensation, T. Smith.