July 7 - 8, 2008
Cambridge University's Centre for Tax Law (CTL) hosts a special conference examining the role of tax history in the United Kingdom, Europe, and the United States.
- Dr. Robert Attard
"The History of Income Tax in Malta, the Early Years (1641-1949)"
- Associate Professors, Cynthia Coleman and Margaret McKerchar
- Professor Jane Frecknall-Hughes
"Fiscal Grievances underpinning the Magna Carta"
- Professor David Ibbetson
"Sixteenth Century English Ideas of Tax"
- Ms. Fiona Martin
"The History of the Legal Definition of Charity and its Application to Taxation Law"
- Mr. Jeremy Sims
"The Poll Tax in Late Seventeenth Century England"|
- Associate Professor John Taylor
"The First UK-Australia Double Tax Agreement"
- Dr. John Avery Jones
"Jurisdiction to Tax Companies: from the Jurisdiction of the Courts to European Influence"
- Dr. Peter Fawcett
"Taxation in Classical Athens"
- Malcolm Gammie Q.C.
"The Origins of Fiscal Transparency in UK Tax Law"
- Professor Marjorie Kornhauser
"Remembering the “Forgotten Man” (and Woman): Hidden Taxes and the 1936 Election"
- Dr. Lynne Oats and Dr. Pauline Sadler
" Variations on a Theme: Alternative Conceptions and Receptions of Stamp Duties in the 18th Century"
- Professor Chantal Stebbings
"Traders, the Excise and the Law: Tensions and Conflicts in Early Nineteenth Century England"
- Mr. Richard Thomas
"The Revenue Election"
Please note that the conference list is now closed.
For a place on the waiting list please email: email@example.com