Tax Law and Political Institutions
Special Issue of Law in Context, Vol. 24, No. 2, 2006
8 Pages Posted: 17 Apr 2007
This special edition of the Law in Context is edited by Miranda Stewart. This volume presents new research that contributes to our understanding of three fundamental questions about the relationship between the state and taxation: What is the impact of attempts to impose, or reform, taxation on the development of political institutions; what is the impact of political and other state institutions on attempts to reform taxation? How to improve tax policy and law-making, with the goals of improving both tax law and governance outcomes?
A brief biography of each of the contributing authors and a table of contents are attached.
Keywords: taxation, reform, politics
JEL Classification: K34
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