The increasing imperative of cross-disciplinary research in tax administration
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National research agendas are focusing increasingly on encouraging cross-disciplinary research collaboration. Research into tax administration should provide a natural context for cross-disciplinary research as it operates at the intersection of several disciplines. However, there is little evidence of cross-disciplinary research in tax administration beyond research into tax compliance and tax evasion. This article argues that such research will provide significant benefits to research output and impact. It provides examples of the benefits in developing frameworks for and measures of good practice in tax administration..
The e Journal of Tax Research is published by Atax - Australian School of Taxation - within the Faculty of Law of the University of NSW.
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