The Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation is now calling for papers for its annual Doctoral Conference held on Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 September 2021. Due to the uncertainty regarding ongoing travel restrictions, the conference will be held online again this year, with 4 papers to be presented on each day.

The Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation welcomes submissions on any topics related to business taxation in its broadest sense, including papers from economics, law, accounting and other disciplines, as well as interdisciplinary contributions. Preference will be given to current PhD students, but early careers researchers within three years of completing their PhD are encouraged to submit their papers.

The conference offers presenters the opportunity to receive feedback in a friendly environment from Michael Devereux, Centre Director, and other leading academics and CBT researchers.

There will be a Best Paper Award with a prize of £500.

Submissions can either be completed papers (including an abstract of maximum 2000 characters, spaces included) or extended abstracts of work in progress (preferably at least two pages) which must be completed in time for the conference. The deadline for submissions is 13 June 2021.

Papers must be submitted using the electronic form on the Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation website. Papers will be selected, and invitations extended, by mid-July.

Further information is also available on the website.


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