The Eighth History of Tax Law Conference 2016
Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 July 2016
Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge
- John Snape and Jane Frecknall-Hughes, 'John Locke: Property, Tax and the Private Sphere'
- Hans Gribnau and Henk Vording, 'Impact of English Political Economy Literature on 19th Century Tax Developments in the Netherlands'
- Chantal Stebbings, 'The Architecture of Tax Administration: Function or Form?' (presentation)
- Peter Clarke, 'The Imposition of Income Tax in Ireland in 1853'
- Richard Thomas, 'Not Like Grocers' (presentation)
- Stephen Daly, 'The Life and Times of ESCs: a defence?'
- John Pearce, 'The Special Contribution of 1948' (presentation)
- Peter Harris, 'The Profits Tax GAAR: An Aid in the "Hopeless" Defence Against the Dark Arts' (presentation)
- Philip Ridd, 'Statutory Interpretation in Early Capital Gains Tax Cases'
- John Avery Jones, 'The UK's Early Tax Treaties with European countries' (presentation)
- Sunita Jogarajan, 'The "Great Powers" and the Development of the 1928 Model Tax Treaties'
- Martin Hearson, '"I find the Inland Revenue's behaviour quite extraordinary": British tax treaties with developing countries, 1970-1981' (presentation)
- Richard Krever and Peter Mellor, 'From Wartime Expedient to Enduring Element of Fiscal Federalism: Centralised Income Taxation in Australia since World War II'
- Shelly Griffiths, 'The Historical Meaning of "income" in New Zealand Statutes, Cases and Administration, 1891 – 1925' (presentation)
- Max Boada, 'When Minerals are not Enough: the Origins of Income Taxation in Chile and their Importance to the Current Situation'
- Ashrita Kotha 'Cesses in the Indian Tax Regime: A Historical Analysis' (presentation)
- Yan Xu, 'The Origin of Salt Monopoly in Ancient China'
- Miguel Nicolas, 'The History of the French Octroi de Mer'