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Cardiff Interdisciplinary Taxation Research Group

We aim to be an international centre known for high quality scholarly and policy relevant research on taxation and the administration of taxation.

The Cardiff Interdisciplinary Taxation Research Group aims to be an international centre known for high quality scholarly and policy relevant research on taxation and the administration of taxation.

Given the central role taxation systems play in shaping economic and societal conditions, by examining emerging agendas the group’s activities contribute to the School’s Public Value philosophy.

The group is jointly coordinated by Carla Edgley and Dr Dennis De Widt of the Accounting and Finance section of Cardiff Business School.

Research

The purpose of the group, building on existing areas of expertise within the University, is to act as a focal point for tax researchers within the University and external parties.

Various members of the group have links with important external bodies including Welsh Treasury and Welsh Revenue Authority, and the accounting, tax and legal professions.

Further, the members have established links with tax researchers working elsewhere in Wales, the UK and internationally.

The group has three core objectives:

  • raise the national and international visibility of tax research conducted at Cardiff University
  • serve as a platform in Cardiff Business School that facilitates cross-disciplinary research on taxation across Sections and across University Schools
  • increase opportunities for collaborative work between the group’s members and external parties, leading to the generation of policy relevant research and supporting the School’s Public Value philosophy.

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Events

Tax Research Network Conference - Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University

Conference dates: 9 - 10 September 2024
Tax Education Day: 11 September

Postgraduate Teaching Centre, Cardiff Business School

Conference information

The conference will be held at the Postgraduate Teaching centre, Cardiff Business School from 9-11 September and will run as an in-person conference with some, but limited, virtual provision for those who are unable to travel. As usual, the first two days will be research focused, while the Tax Education Day will run on the 11 September. Both research and teaching focused papers are welcomed in this call for papers.

There will be concurrent sessions over the conference to accommodate the papers submitted. The virtual sessions will be conducted via Microsoft Teams with links to be provided prior to the conference.

The conference will offer a limited number of fee scholarships and travel bursaries for PhD students and Early Career Research/Teaching colleagues. We will also hope to have limited funding for supporting childcare costs. Further details will be available once registration opens.

Conference Dinner

The conference dinner will take place on the evening of Monday 9 September at Cardiff Castle, a landmark heritage site close to the University. The dinner will commence with a drinks reception in the Castle Library followed by dinner in the spectacular Banquet Hall.

Call for papers

In line with prior years, there is no specific theme for this conference. We therefore welcome any research or teaching-focused tax papers, particularly abstracts submitted by early career researchers or teachers or individuals from under-represented groups.

Decisions on acceptances can be expected by mid-May.

Submissions

Please submit a 300-word abstract, by Sunday 14 April, in a Microsoft Word, RTF or OTD document and email this to: CARBS-AccountingAndFinance@cardiff.ac.uk

Please title your email TRN 2024 abstract submission - also include your full name, affiliation and email address in the submission (and provide the same details for any co-authors).

Further details on this event will be available on the TRN website in due course.

We look forward to seeing you in Cardiff.

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