"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 authors are established leaders in the field. It is international in scope. It is a truly interdisciplinary series.
An Examination Of Tax Scholars Publications (Anne L. Christensen And Claire K. Latham); Tax Planning For The Lobby Tax (Mary Ann Hofmann); SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM: Exploring The Generational And Racial Divide (Cynthia M. Jackson, James J. Maroney, And Timothy J. Rupert); Tax Incentives For Economic Growth: Capital Investment Or Research (Tracy S. Manly, Deborah W. Thomas, And Craig T. Schulman); Self-Efficacy And Tax Research Performance (Dennis Schmidt And Rex Karsten) Research Note Determining Innocence In Innocent-Spouse Court Cases Using Logit/Probit Analysis (Gerald E. Whittenburg, Ira Horowitz, And William A. Raabe) Educators Forum Using The Scholes And Wolfson Framework To Compare An Income Tax And A Form Of Consumption Taxation: A Teaching Note (Kenneth E. Anderson)